Canadian council supports decision to allow local jurisdictions to permit home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. Last month, the Township of Langley Council in British Columbia unanimously supported a resolution that aims to bring the province one step closer to increased fire protection at home. The resolution’s intent is to convince British Columbia officials to maintain and expand the use of home fire sprinklers in Langley. The council’s resolution follows the decision of the township’s Community and Transportation Safety Advisory Committee to have the council send “a letter to the Province requesting that local governments be permitted to use fire sprinklers as part of their community fire protection strategy.” The decision follows the passage of the…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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