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Now is the time for the fire service to collectively embrace home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. The following was written by NFPA blogger Rick Ennis: After writing six blog posts, I wanted to pause to reflect. If you have been a regular reader, thanks! Hopefully, you have caught on to the theme the first six blogs were intended to create. If you haven’t been a regular reader, I would encourage you to read my previous posts in the order they were written. I have received some very positive feedback and constructive criticism. Some feel that I am merely stating the obvious and really not recommending how to resolve any issues. I would like to take this

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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