- Jan. 29, 2013 - DECATUR, Ga. --
Martin Hoover, owner of Empire Heating & Air Conditioning has accepted the nomination to serve on a task force to review the matter of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Schools. As most of you remember, a boiler problem at Finch Elementary in Atlanta produced a carbon monoxide leak that sickened dozens in December 2012. As a result of this incident, Martin was recommended by the Plumbing and Mechanical Association (PMA) appointed by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs to review the matter of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Schools. The task force will meet to make recommendations to the State Codes Advisory Committee to keep kids safe in schools.
Congratulations Martin and thank you for your willingness to serve on this committee.
On December 7, 2012, Empire Heating & Air Conditioning published a blog post discussing the importance of boiler maintenance and safety checks as it relates to carbon monoxide in schools. Read the complete story online at http://empirehvac.com/boilers/boiler-safety
Empire Heating & Air Conditioning is located at 783 DeKalb Industrial Way, Decatur, GA 30033 in the Metro Atlanta area. Martin can be reached at 404-294-0900.