The Meaford Fire Department had some special help when it was able to put out the fire at the Meaford Golf and Country Club without needing to use a single drop of water.
The Fire Department used a new technology called a DSPA device (Dry Sprinkler Powder Aerosol) to put the fire out at the golf course building. The Fire Department was given two DSPAs – nicknamed “the grenade” or “the bomb” – as part of a pilot project.
In an interview last week Fire Chief Mike Molloy said the technology is so new that only one member of the department – James Marshall – was trained on how it worked.
“James had the training and knew how to use it. He was going to train the rest of us this week,” Molloy explained.
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