(a)   The further sale and/or use of urea formaldehyde foam insulation is prohibited within the City.
   (b)   Foam insulation that includes urea, formaldehyde and a third component incorporated therein as part of the compound may be used and sold under the following conditions:
      (1)   Such products shall not be used or sold until they are demonstrated to be free from health, safety and fire hazards by an independent testing laboratory to the satisfaction of the Building Commissioner.
      (2)   Such products shall only be installed by licensed contractors in the City who are currently certified as having been trained in the installation and use of such product, with equipment certified by the manufacturer for such installation, which contractor shall be bonded and produce a liability insurance certificate with a standard ten-day cancellation notification provision to the Building Commissioner with liability limits of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for bodily injury and five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for property damage resulting from premises operations, completed operations and general contractual liability.
      (3)   No installation shall be made unless and until the contractor provides the owner of the premises where such product is to be installed with a warning of precautions to be taken during the installation of such product and thereafter, especially the length of time to provide for ventilation after installation the signature of the aforesaid owner on a form acknowledging receipt of such warnings shall be prime-facie evidenced that such notification and warnings were in fact given.
      (4)   No such product shall be installed until the above conditions have been satisfied and until a building permit has been applied for and secured.
(Ord. 239-1981.  Passed 9-21-81.)