1612.16  STORAGE TANK REGULATIONS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS; ABOVEGROUND AND UNDERGROUND TANKS; PERMITS.
   The following subsections of the International Fire Code as adopted pursuant to Section 1610.01 of the Howell City Code are hereby amended as follows:
   Section 5701.3 Referenced documents. The applicable requirements of Chapter 50, other chapters of this code, the International Building Code, and the International Mechanical Code pertaining to flammable liquids, and the Michigan Storage and Handling of Flammable and Combustible Liquids Rules, as amended, or their equivalent shall apply.
   Section 5701.4 Permits. Permits shall be required as set forth in Section 105.6 and 105.7, and the Michigan Fire Prevention Code 1941 PA 207, as amended, or its equivalent.
   Section 5704.2.9 Aboveground tanks. Above-ground storage of flammable and combustible liquids in tanks shall comply with Section 5704.2 and Sections 5704.2.9.1 through 5704.2.9.7.9, and the Michigan Above-ground Storage Tanks Rules, or their equivalent.
      Exception:   (1)    Above-ground storage tanks used in farms or farm operations as defined within this code.
            (2)    Above-ground storage tanks used at one or two family residential dwellings where the water capacity of said tank is less than 1,100 gallons.
   Section 5704.2.11 Underground tanks. Underground storage of flammable and combustible liquids in tanks shall comply with section 5704.2 and Sections 5704.2.11.1 through 5704.2.11.4.2, and the Michigan Underground Storage Tank Rules, or their equivalent.
   Section 6101.2 Permits. Permits shall be required as set forth in sections 105.6 and 105.7 and the Michigan Fire Prevention Code 1941 PA 207, as amended, or its equivalent.
   Distributors shall not fill LP-gas container for which a permit is required unless a permit for installation has been issued for that location by the fire code official.
(Ord. 763.  Passed 9-27-04; Ord. 893.  Passed 5-4-15; Ord. 926.  Passed 7-22-19.)