To begin with, Noida Authority officers will hand over 170 refilled oxygen cylinders to RWAs within the subsequent two days.
NOIDA: The a lot-awaited oxygen service for Covid-positive residents in residence isolation will start from Wednesday. To begin with, Noida Authority officers will hand over 170 refilled oxygen cylinders to RWAs within the subsequent two days. The group centre in Sector 93B has been earmarked as the primary assortment and distribution centre for the cylinders, officers mentioned.
The Authority will settle for every kind of empty oxygen cylinders from the residents. The refilled cylinders shall be given to the respective RWA or AOA between 8am and 11am whereas empty cylinders may have to be dropped at the Sector 93B group centre in between 3pm and 6pm, officers mentioned. And a workforce of 5 Noida officers has been deputed to streamline the Oxygen Refilling Bank — a service initiated by the Authority to assist tons of of households in misery.
On Tuesday, two officers on particular duties and two senior managers, apart from a police inspector, had been appointed to coordinate with the residents’ welfare associations and condo house owners’ associations within the metropolis. Each official has been given a particular function to guarantee supply of the refilled cylinders to the residents teams. While Noida Authority has been ready to set up the service by reaching out to BHEL’s plant in Haridwar, the Greater Noida Authority is but to evolve a mechanism to cater to the demand of its residents.
Sharing extra particulars about her plans, Noida Authority chief CEO Ritu Maheshwari mentioned that the group centre in Sector 93B has been earmarked as the primary assortment and distribution centre for the oxygen cylinders. “To avoid overcrowding and rush, we will try to give specific time slots to the residents and ask them to maintain proper physical distance. While empty cylinders will be collected in the evening, during the morning hours, refilled cylinders will be provided to office-bearers of RWAs and AOAs,” she mentioned.
Meanwhile, to deal with the disaster in a collective method, a number of residents teams have determined to pool in sources. The frequent amenities which were arrange within the residential blocks and condo complexes shall be open for residents from different sectors and blocks as effectively. “But coordination and documents will have to be provided to the facility manager concerned in advance. Discussions are on among groups to frame a common guideline,” mentioned head of Federation of RWAs in Noida, Yogendra Sharma.
The first truck carrying 80 cylinders, together with Type D jumbo cylinders, reached Noida from Haridwar on Tuesday night, whereas one other loaded with 100 empty cylinders left for Haridwar later within the evening.