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Heating engineers report alarming rise in dangerous gas appliances

A survey of heating engineers has identified an alarming rise in dangerous gas appliances, with over a third (39%) seeing poorly maintained or badly fitted appliances every week. The research, carried out by Campaign group Project SHOUT, also found that nearly two-thirds (61%) of engineers say they saw dangerous installs at least monthly. A further 31% […]

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Nearly half of private renters haven't got a CO alarm fitted

Nearly 50% of people renting a private property in the UK have not had a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm installed by their landlord, research by campaign group Project SHOUT has uncovered. A further 10% of tenants weren’t sure whether they had a CO alarm or not, meaning that nearly 60% of the UK’s nine million […]

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Students and Project SHOUT raising awareness of Carbon Monoxide dangers

Project SHOUT, the national carbon monoxide awareness campaign, is back for the second year running and is enlisting the help of students across the UK to take part in the brand new University Challenge competition. Carbon monoxide, also known as the silent killer, takes the lives of around fifty people in the UK every year […]

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