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Legislation Regarding Carbon Monoxide Detectors



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This month’s fire prevention message focuses on new legislation regarding carbon monoxide detectors that became effective July 1, 2011.  According to Howard Wines, Bakersfield Fire Prevention Director, all single family homes that have an attached garage or a fossil-fuel powered device of any kind are legally required to have a carbon monoxide detector installed within the structure.  He also says that effective January 2013, this same requirement will be enforced for apartments, condominiums, and hotels.

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