A.C. Electric Donates Smoke Alarms for Local Communities

Atlantic County Director of Emergency Management Mike Fedorko, left, and Atlantic City Electric Public Affairs Manager Ken Mosca hold two of the donated smoke alarms.

Atlantic City Electric is donating 2,800 smoke alarms to local communities through its partners at the southern New Jersey Fire Marshal’s offices.

This is the 21st year Atlantic City Electric has donated these important lifesaving devices as part of its efforts to join local emergency services personnel to help keep its customers and communities safe.

Each of the eight counties in Atlantic City Electric’s service area will receive 350 alarms.

Since 2000, the utility company has worked with local emergency service providers to donate more than 41,000 smoke alarms to communities across southern New Jersey.

Atlantic City Electric maintains a close partnership with local fire departments and other first responders, who work alongside the company’s employees during storms and other emergencies.

Additional information on smoke alarm safety can be found here.