Enbridge Donates Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms To Gravenhurst Fire Dept
Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms have saved hundreds of lives in Ontario, and now Enbridge Gas has made an investment in Gravenhurst that may save even more lives.
“Project Zero” is an annual campaign that sees Enbridge Gas donating combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to a select number of fire departments each year, and this year, the Gravenhurst Fire Department has been selected as the recipient of over 200 of these life-saving devices to be distributed free of charge in the community.
The fire department has in turn teamed up with the Salvation Army and Gravenhurst Against Poverty to get these alarms into the hands of those who otherwise might not be able to afford them.
This year, Enbridge Gas invested $225,000 in Project Zero, and over the past 12 years, the program has provided more than 50,000 alarms to Ontario fire departments.