There is no place for trash. Muscovites can complain about neighbors littering their entrances | Housing and communal services | Real estate

There is no place for trash.  Muscovites can complain about neighbors littering their entrances |  Housing and communal services |  Real estate


On the Internet you can often read complaints from residents about neighbors littering their entrances. For some, it is absolutely normal to take skis, sleds, bicycles, tubing, etc. out into the stairwell. Those who do repairs can also “put the blame down.” For example, take a couple of bags of garbage out to the entrance and leave it for a couple of weeks. Like, it’s easier to take everything out at once, rather than carry one at a time.

Of course, such behavior gives rise to conflicts. Some residents are outraged by this, others are worried about fire safety.

“You can complain about garbage to the management company or the HOA. If conversations with the tenant do not lead to results, then a complaint can be filed with Rospotrebnadzor and the fire inspectorate, explained aif.ru General Director of Federal Cadastral Agency LLC Alexey Podpaly. — You can submit a complaint to the management company by telephone or in the form of a written statement. You can contact Rospotrebnadzor electronically through the website.”

The expert also added that any kind of garbage and other objects that people can leave in the entrance or elevator is a direct violation of fire safety rules.

“Garbage, other products and objects in entrances, vestibules, elevators, corridors, on landings are a direct violation of the Fire Safety Rules (approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of April 25, 2012 No. 390). Moreover, blocking doors and emergency exits is unacceptable,” he added.

According to Podpaly, such an offense is punishable by an administrative fine in the amount of 5 to 15 thousand rubles for individuals. And from 20 to 30 thousand rubles for officials.

“You cannot deal with your neighbors’ trash on your own, as this may entail criminal or administrative liability,” the expert concluded.

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