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The head of the municipal unitary enterprise in Yakutia was punished for bottling fecal waters
The head of the municipal unitary enterprise Komuslugi in Yakutia was brought to administrative responsibility and fined ten thousand rubles for violations of the sanitary and epidemiological legislation. He allowed the bottling of household and fecal water from the sewer collection tank (septic tank) near the apartment building in the village of Saskylakh.
As the prosecutor's office found out, the spill occurred due to the fact that the municipal unitary enterprise did not pump out the waste on time. They spilled onto the territory adjacent to the apartment building, which entailed a violation of the rights of the residents of the house.
The expert of the information portal Zhilfin.rf (within the framework of the project of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on financial literacy) Lolla Kirillova notes that apartment owners have the right to ask for compensation for the spill, as well as to recover losses and other expenses associated with the accident, for example, the cost of an examination to assess the damaged property. The expert also advises to demand compensation for non-pecuniary damage.
“The septic tank must be on the balance sheet of a person who is responsible for its maintenance of the septic tank and who has taken over the functions of maintaining, maintaining, operating, repairing and providing utility services for the housing stock (managing organization). If, due to the inaction of this organization, a violation of the sanitary-epidemiological requirements for the operation of residential premises has been committed, then the legal entity and its officials are brought to administrative responsibility, ”commented Lolla Kirillova.
It is also possible that such property remains unowned, and the administration is inactive and does not take measures to register household facilities owned by the municipal district. It also sometimes leads to inappropriate operation and accidents.