I was also a bit shocked at the way such a well known company has
treated a country.Only question i have asked is if you can recycle the
2nd generation Nest protect or are they safe to throw in the trash but
never did find out.Only saving grace is th...
It clearly says need...What you need to doIf you are a homeowner, it's
your responsibility to make sure your home meets the new fire alarms
standard.By February 2022 every home will need to have:1 smoke alarm in
the room you spend most of the day, us...
As the Nest 2nd Generation smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm will no longer
meet regulations, and thus will void any insurance claim, what is the
best way to dispose of these units? Can they be recycled or is it ok to
just dispose of them in the trash?