Ilsur Metshin got acquainted with the work of the first in the city sustainable automatic wheel wash at the construction site
A new standard for washing vehicle wheels at the construction sites will be
introduced in Kazan. Today, the Mayor of Kazan Ilsur Metshin got acquainted
with one of the innovative stations, which opened this spring at the
construction site of the Yaratam residential complex. The automatic system
allows not only to clean the wheels and significantly reduce the washing time,
but also to ensure that no dirty drains into the soil.
Now there are 83 construction sites in Kazan, 100 vehicles work there every
day. All construction sites are equipped with wheel washes. “It is hard to
imagine how much dirt these 100 vehicles could have brought to the streets of
Kazan. I want to thank the entire construction complex. Last year, construction
companies had only 13 fines for soiling, and in 5 months of this year – 3. The
culture of construction and respect for the city has grown, but the facts of
violations still remain,”- Ilsur Metshin said.
The Russian-made Neptun Avto wheel washing system, which was shown to the
head of the city today, is fully automated. It is an open platform with side
walls, which is equipped with 100 high-pressure automizers. “The Russian-made wheel
wash has a number of advantages compared to the old models. A lot of attention
is paid sustainability, so the station is equipped with a closed water
circulation cycle,”- Ilya Wolfson, director of the SMU-88 Group of companies,
told the Mayor.
The Mayor noted that today Kazan residents and visitors of the capital of
Tatarstan are used to cleanliness in the city, so it is necessary to continue
to support work in this direction. “Clean and well-maintained Kazan is the
result of joint work. Without the support and respect of the developers, this,
of course, would be hard to achieve. It is necessary that all construction companies
have a single standard. The cleanliness of the city, its beauty and improvement
depend on joint efforts. We will make Kazan cleaner,”- the Mayor concluded.