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April 1, 2021 marks four years since the creation of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Central Housing and Communal Administration” (FSBI “TsZhKU”) of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

From Kamchatka to Kaliningrad, 14 branches are located in military districts, fleets, branches and branches of the armed forces, the main purpose of which is the maintenance (operation) of housing stock and social infrastructure facilities of military camps, the provision of public services in the interests of the Armed Forces.

One of the 14 branches is a branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution TsZhKU of the RF Ministry of Defense for the Russian Navy, which includes 6 housing and communal services and 8 production sites with a total number of more than 2.4 thousand positions of civilian personnel.

107 military camps subordinated to the Main Command of the Navy and deployed in the territories of the Far East, Central and Southern regions of Russia, and the western part of the country were accepted for servicing the branch in the Navy. In military camps, 830 objects of the barracks and housing stock, 135 utilities (including 40 boiler houses) and 378 kilometers of engineering networks are serviced.

Since the operation of the branch for the Navy, a standard stock of both liquid and solid boiler fuel has been created and is constantly being maintained at heat generating facilities.

For 2017-2020 During the preparation period for the winter period of operation, the naval branch repaired or completely replaced more than 25 boiler units, about 115 pumps for various purposes, and more than 35 kilometers of heating networks.

The Navy branch continues to work on the preparation of projects for the federal target program “Modernization of utility facilities” and departmental target programs for the modernization of heat, water supply and sewerage facilities, power grid facilities and a system for handling production and consumption waste with a deadline of 2019–2030.

In order to reduce energy consumption, improve the efficiency of operational maintenance and to reduce the current costs of servicing facilities, additional energy-saving equipment is being installed. So, for example, over four years, about 250 energy metering devices were installed or replaced by the naval branch, more than 17 thousand energy-consuming lamps were also updated.

The implementation of these measures helps to reduce the cost of maintaining communal property of the Ministry of Defense of Russia in terms of providing heat energy, water supply and sanitation, as well as
improving the reliability of the utility infrastructure and reducing the cost of providing services.

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