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First Alert phases out PVC packaging

Published: 30 April 2009
First Alert has begun its efforts to phase out the use of PVC plastics in its packaging, in favour of a more environmentally-friendly, recyclable PET plastic.
First Alert phases out PVC packaging
The new style PET clam packs allow the company's entire range of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to be displayed in clear, tamper-resistant cases.

A new colour-coding system allows for instant distinction between alarm types: red for smoke detection, blue for carbon monoxide detection and purple for combination alarms.
In addition, the company has decreased the overall size of its alarm packaging.

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