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Fire prevention has a program where we will install smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and batteries for seniors at no cost to the resident.
Yes, the recommended extinguisher for home use is a “Dry Chemical” type, generally type 2A-10BC.
Yes, they have to be 10 year battery type, with the exception being if hardwired smoke alarms were required under a certificate of occupancy requirement or a previous construction project that required hardwired smoke alarms.
Yes, all businesses are required to register with the exception of businesses exempted by NJAC 5:70-2.4 and NJAC 5:70-2.7.