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New tip sheet takes the guesswork out of disposing of old smoke alarms

By nfpa@jiveon.com When it’s time to replace the smoke alarm it’s important to get rid of it properly. How to dispose of it depends on the type of alarm you have. Ionization smoke alarms, which are generally more responsive to flaming fires, contain a small

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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