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Furniture and household chemicals banned from selling in residential buildings

Furniture and household chemicals banned from selling in residential buildings
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EMERCOM of Russia has released new changes to the fire safety rules. Now it will be impossible to sell household chemicals, building materials and furniture in stores in residential buildings, and garbage chutes must have additional fire protection.

According to RIA News, in residential buildings, it will now be prohibited to trade in pyrotechnics, household chemicals, flammable gases and liquids, furniture, car parts and oils. The ban also includes pyrotechnics, cartridges, gunpowder. The ban on placement applies to stores selling furniture, auto parts and automotive oils.

The garbage chute in the laundry chambers must be additionally equipped with fire-prevention partitions and ceilings, which must close themselves in the event of a fire. In addition, the waste collection chamber must be isolated from the evacuation exits.

In boiler rooms, which are located in residential buildings, sensors must now be installed to determine the pre-explosive concentrations of combustible gases and their vapors. Also, when designing buildings, it will now be necessary to equip emergency lighting, establish an uninterrupted power supply.

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