Klitschko told, when in Kiev apartments will be warm

Houses of Kiev will be connected to heating, when the average temperature drops to 8 degrees.

About it on air of TV channel “Kiev” said the mayor of the capital Vitali Klitschko, writes UKRINFORM.

“With regard to hospitals, kindergartens and schools can start the supply of heat, without waiting for lowering the temperature to the specified values. If there are requests from agencies, we will connect to the heating,” – said Klitschko.

The network of heating in Kiev, the biggest in Ukraine and one of the largest in Europe, so that the heat after the start of the heating season came to each apartment in more than 11 thousand apartment houses, technologically necessary for about a week.

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Only one of the heating pipes in the capital – nearly 3 thousand miles, which for years has not been repaired. Now, according to Klitschko, the shift of the heating system, which 30 or 40 years.”

According to the norms of the optimal temperature in the apartment during the heating season – about 18 degrees.

Consumers also can affect the temperature. For example, to insulate Windows, doors and the like.

“If you as a consumer has fulfilled all, and cold in the apartment, please contact the hotline 1557”, – said the mayor of Kiev.

We will remind, on August 2 entered into force the law “On commercial accounting of heat energy and water”. It provides for compulsory metering.

“Operators of external utilities should install meters. If the operator does not, him, not the consumer, the penalty is imposed. In this case, the consumer has the right to buy their own counters. But people pay for it don’t have to. Heat meters must be installed within a year, water for non-residential buildings within one year, and for living for two years”, – said the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman in Facebook.

Thanks to the installation of meters on the account of heat and water the population will pay less for consumption.