Cen­tral heat­ing to start on Septem­ber 15

The UB Post - - DOMESTIC -

Gen­eral en­gi­neer of Ulaan­baatar Heat­ing Net­work Com­pany B.Bat­ba­yar re­ported 97 per­cent com­ple­tion for prepa­ra­tion works re­quired for sup­ply­ing heat­ing to apart­ments and of­fices in the cap­i­tal dur­ing cold sea­sons.

“This year, we di­vided the city into 12 sec­tions and cut off their hot wa­ter sup­ply in ro­ta­tion due to main­te­nance work. So far, we have com­pletely fin­ished re­pairs and are sup­ply­ing hot wa­ter with­out any prob­lem to 11 sec­tions. The last re­stric­tion near Baga Toiruu area started on Septem­ber 4. The main­te­nance work will be com­pleted by Septem­ber 9,” he said.

In to­tal, 5.4 bil­lion MNT from the state bud­get and seven bil­lion MNT from the com­pany were spent on pipe­line re­pairs through­out Ulaan­baatar.

The tem­po­rary hot wa­ter out­ages for each sec­tion were much shorter than they used to be in pre­vi­ous years as the com­pany planned a busier and more or­ga­nized sched­ule, B.Bat­ba­yar ex­plained.

“On av­er­age, hot wa­ter sup­ply was cut for four to five days in each of the 12 sec­tions this year. How­ever, we had to de­lay some of our work in Au­gust due to heavy rain­fall.”

Gen­eral en­gi­neer B.Bat­ba­yar en­cour­aged res­i­dents to re­port any type of prob­lem they ex­pe­ri­ence with wa­ter sup­ply as hot and cold wa­ter set­tings can some­times switch af­ter main­te­nance work.

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