15-4-130  Amounts of hazardous material.
   A hazardous materials license, as specified in Section 4-6-210, shall be required under any of the following conditions:
   (a)   Where the combined capacity of all containers used to store or handle corrosive liquids exceeds 55 gallons;
   (b)   Where the combined capacity of all tanks or containers used to store or handle oxidizing materials exceeds 500 pounds;
   (c)   Where the combined capacity of all tanks or containers used to store or handle organic peroxides exceeds ten pounds;
   (d)   Where the combined capacity of all tanks or containers used to store or handle nitromethane exceeds 500 pounds;
   (e)   Where the combined capacity of all tanks or containers used to store or handle ammonium nitrate exceeds 1,000 pounds;
   (f)   Where any amounts of highly toxic materials are used, stored or handled other than in connection with retail trade in original, sealed containers;
   (g)   Where any amounts of fume hazard gas is stored, used or handled;
   (h)   Where the total amount of highly flammable materials, as defined in Section 15-28-500, stored exceeds 100 cubic feet.
(Prior code § 90-11; Amend Coun. J. 2-7-96, p. 15616; Amend Coun. J. 6-6-12, p. 28356, § 33)