Massey University student Dick Thornton-Grimes has approached the NZPFU providing information on some independent and anonymous research survey he is conducting for those stations that have an appliance equipped with an Impact Pro gas detector as part of his degree studies.

This is not our survey however we do support it and would encourage members to be involved.

Members can expect Dick to email them during week commencing the 13 June 2016 with an external email with a survey doclink from the email account dtg.masseyuni@gmail.comIf you have queries please contact Dick directly on dtg.masseyuni@gmail.com.

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