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Présenté avec les faits au sujet de l'installation de gicleurs, conseil municipal passe ordonnance exigeant ce dispositif de sécurité dans toutes les maisons neuves

By Fred Durso Washington State residents are celebrating a victory this month after the Camas City Council approved an ordinance to sprinkler the town’s new, one- and two-family homes. The Camas-Washougal Post-Record reports that this town is the first in Southwest Washington to pass such an ordinance. The town also joins a half-dozen others in Washington with a sprinkler requirement. (For a listing of these towns, visit the Washington Fire Sprinkler Coalition’s webpage.) Sprinkler opponents in Camas submitted testimony during a public hearing claiming sprinkler installations can exceed $10,000 per home. Safety advocates, however, provided actual costs; Ron Schumacher, fire marshal of the

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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