Voronezh gas workers help 49 veterans of WWII
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Employees of Gazprom Gazoraspredeleniye Voronezh are completing the process of replacing gas-based equipment in the homes of 49 veterans of the Great Patriotic War residing in Voronezh and the Voronezh Region.
The company has a permanent program for free-of-charge gas connections, replacement of gas stoves, instantaneous water heaters, boilers and gas meters, and technical maintenance at households and apartments. The program is carried out every year on the eve of Victory Day. This year, the works were postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus infection.
In the course of replacing gas-based equipment, the employees followed all anti-epidemic measures: they passed temperature screenings prior to the replacement procedures and used personal protective equipment (face masks and gloves).
“When providing maintenance services, we monitor the condition of gas-based equipment in the homes of our veterans, and when we find equipment that has long reached the end of its service life, we try to replace it as soon as we can,” said Konstantin Zubarev, Director General of Gazprom GazoraspredeleniyeVoronezh.
Gazprom Mezhregiongaz is a specialized wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom focusing on natural gas sales in the Russian Federation.
The company's priority areas of activity include providing reliable and uninterrupted supplies of natural gas to all consumer categories in Russia, participating in regional gas infrastructure expansion, streamlining and improving the efficiency of gas distribution systems, and implementing energy saving and energy security technologies.
Today, Gazprom Mezhregiongaz provides gas supplies through its 53 regional gas sales companies, covering all consumer categories in most regions of Russia. The Gazprom Mezhregiongaz Group includes 69 gas distribution companies that provide maintenance services for gas equipment.