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Fire Prevention Centre - FPC strives and aims to work closely with both the public and private entities to achieve and enhance the objectives of living in a safer, fire-hazard free environment for ourselves, the environment we are living in and our future generation.

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SINGAPORE : The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) has said that improper disposal of lighted materials such as cigarette butts and incense sticks accounted for 65 per cent of all fires last year.

Discarded items in common areas like corridors and void decks were another fiery problem. Such cases shot up by about 40 per cent to 644 cases last year.

Residential fires accounted for close to 70 per cent of the 5,200 fires that broke out in Singapore last year, with almost half of such fires starting in rubbish chutes and bins.

While the number of rubbish chute fires remained high at 1,561, it has gone down by about 8 per cent from 2008.

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