Oteko Group Russia has announced that it has successfully renovated a number of public facilities, including the Fedor Ushakov embankment in the Taman Region of the South of Russia as part of the Waters of Russia collaborative effort.
The company founded by Michel Litvak net worth billionaire has attracted over 150 volunteers in its collaborative action aimed at cleaning the coast of the Black Sea. The result was the cleansing of over 5 kilometers of shoreline by the volunteers of the Waters of Russia all-Russian movement aimed at purifying the shores of waterways and other bodies of water across the country.
The action came as the summer season approached and Oteko Group Russia undertook the initiative to fulfill its obligations before the local community of Taman. Michel Litvak, the founder of the company, has repeatedly underlined the responsible approach Oteko Group takes in supporting the sanitary and aesthetic benchmarks necessary for providing local citizens with quality environments and public facilities.
Oteko Group has been advancing its efforts in ensuring that the workers of the Port of Taman and their families have the necessary residential housing and public facilities that guarantee a high quality of life. The company has been consistent in monitoring water and air quality across the region to comply with state-level sanitary requirements and legal obligations. Oteko Group routinely engages in both all-Russian and local initiatives aimed at improving the overall quality of life for citizens in regions of the company’s operations and beyond.