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Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Programs that pay for or provide carbon monoxide detection devices which can be installed in homes and apartments, especially in areas close to sleeping quarters. The devices may run on household current or batteries and sound an alarm when concentrated amounts of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, tasteless and toxic gas produced as a by-product of combustion, come into contact with the detector. Likely sources of carbon monoxide include fuel furnaces, gas water heaters, fireplaces, woodstoves, unvented kerosene and gas space heaters, gas dryers, charcoal grills, yard maintenance equipment and exhaust from automobile or other vehicles in attached garages.

Found 3 resources (displaying 3)

Thru: Rochester City Hall

Call for information. Carbon Monoxide Detectors and Smoke Alarms program: Landlord of property has to call and income has to be under 22,000 a year.
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Rochester City Hall

30 Church Street
Rochester, NY

Thru: Town of Hamlin

Live in Town of Hamlin, Villages of Morton or Walker. Explorer Scouts: ages 14 years and completion of eighth grade.
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Hamlin Fire Department

1503 Lake Road N
Hamlin, NY

Thru: Monroe County Department of Public Health

Low income residents with health and housing concerns call for more information.
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Monroe County Department of Public Health

111 Westfall Road
Rochester, NY

Call for information.

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