Here are some eye-opening Canadian carbon monoxide stats you should be aware of: From 2000-2013, there were 1,125 deaths from CO poisoning (Source: ParachuteCanada) As of October 2014, carbon monoxide alarms are mandatory in all Ontario homes (Source: OAFC) In 2008, 50% of Ontario homes had a working CO detector; today 94% of Ontario homes … Continue reading Carbon Monoxide Alarms. Your Responsibilities as a Homeowner or Commercial Business Owner.
As everyone in Newcastle knows, carbon monoxide is a serious health risk. It is an odorless gas that is produced as a natural byproduct of combustion. So, any time something burns, carbon monoxide (CO) is released into the air.