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In Sevastopol, residents of a five-story building complained about odors from the KXan dermatology dispensary 36 Daily News

Date: June 19, 2024 Time: 00:20:51

A local problem on Repina Street arose in the spring after a room in the basement of a five-story residential building was repaired and a children’s department of the KVD was set up there. The proximity to the medical organization itself does not scare the residents. You ask rather the builders who did the repairs.

“There used to be a laboratory there that used external ventilation, nobody bothered us,” Maria Vodyanitskaya, a resident of the house, told RG. “Then the place was empty for a long time. The repair began, it was done for a long time and with problems. When the HPC started working, for some reason, it started using internal ventilation instead of external. As a result, there was nothing to breathe in our apartment. I can’t describe this smell to you! Some harsh chemicals. You can also hear the hum of the exhaust. We can take it, but not with the smell.

According to Maria, she and her husband repeatedly came to the KVD apartment with a request to turn off the ventilation. It went off and then back on. We contacted the management company, but they did not respond to requests.

A ventilation pipe runs up the front of the house from the dermatology clinic. Residents claim that during the repair, instead of using this pipe, the exhaust from the premises was connected to the ventilation duct inside the house. And the smells went to the apartments.

The Sevastopol Health Department says the allegations are far-fetched. Odors cannot reach the tenants.

“All facilities, including ventilation, have passed the relevant examinations,” said Sergey Gryga, independent chief epidemiologist at the Sevastopol Health Department. – The ventilation has been installed correctly. It is displayed along the facade of the building, independent of the ventilation system of the residential building.

According to the head doctor of the dermatological dispensary Alexander Shevela, no one turned to him with complaints. He is ready to meet people and work things out.

– There is no more laboratory here. Children’s outpatient reception is underway, says Alexander Shevela. – We are lost because of this situation, we will look for reasons. We asked the management company to find out why some odors bother our neighbors. All disinfectants have a pleasant smell, we cannot use chlorine-containing compounds, as this is a children’s apartment. We are here according to the law and we do not violate anything.

The head doctor admits that it would be better if the dispensary were run in a separate building. But there are not enough rooms, you have to make do with what you have.

This is not the first time that a conflict has arisen between medical organizations and residents of high-rise buildings in the city. This year, during the renovation of the children’s polyclinic on Korchagina Street, located on the first floor of a five-story building, residents began to complain about power outages, water and heating. People were also worried about the ventilation device, because if the builders made a mistake, viruses would immediately get into the apartments.

A comment

Tatyana Shcherbakova, head of the Committee on Health and Social Policy of the Sevastopol Legislative Assembly:

– Polyclinics have nowhere to move from the MKD, there is not enough space in Sevastopol. In addition, new residential areas are being built across the country and lower floors are being used for public needs, including primary health care. It is necessary to understand in each case separately. Perhaps the reason is the old ventilation system or the residents are just overreacting. We must learn to live together, as neighbors.

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