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Tech Talk: Disposal of Fire/Smoke Detectors

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Tech Talk: Disposal of Fire/Smoke Detectors

The latest edition of Tech Talk looks at the disposal of fire/smoke detectors. Depending on where you live and what type of fire or smoke detector you need to dispose of, there may be regulations that apply to the disposal of scrap detectors.

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