Advanced Living Communities prides itself in affordable housing for seniors and strong relationships with the community—and now, eliminating toxic, explosive situations for emergency responders. On Wednesday night at the Hatfield Township commissioners meeting, Advanced Living will formally present a donation of a Multigas Detector Kit to the Hatfield Township Fire Marshal in order to improve safety of fire inspectors and emergency responders during potentially explosive or toxic incidents. "We could not continue to provide
much needed housing for seniors without the cooperation and support we receive
from the townships and municipalities in which we reside," said Advanced Living Communities CEO and President Bill Brown. "We also welcome the opportunity to give back to those who respond so swiftly and with such great care when we call." Hatfield Township Fire Marshal Mikele Waldron said the MSA ALTAIR 5 Deluxe meter will be available to local fire companies and fire marshals. The kit is a portable, handheld gas detector used to investigate gas and carbon monoxide leaks, and comes in useful in confined spaces or underground. Advanced
Living Communities owns and operates
Schwenckfeld Manor and Schwenckfeld Terrace in Towamencin and Derstine Run in Hatfield. It is a partner in the North Penn Commons Project in Lansdale.