§ 94.05  LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF SOLID FUEL AND NON-SOLID FUEL-BURNING DEVICES IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS.
   (A)   The number of approved solid fuel and non-solid fuel-burning devices installed in any new residential building, for which a building permit is issued after the effective date of this chapter, shall not exceed the following limits:
      (1)   Single-family homes: one approved solid fuel or non-solid fuel-burning device per dwelling, for the purposes hereof “dwelling” includes the garage and all accessory buildings;
      (2)   Duplex or two-family homes: one approved solid fuel or non-solid fuel-burning device per dwelling, for the purposes hereof “dwelling” includes the garage and all accessory buildings; and
      (3)   Multi-family buildings, including, but not limited to, condominiums and townhouses - one approved solid fuel or non-solid fuel-burning device per dwelling; unless the total emissions of all of the approved solid fuel and liquid fuel-burning devices installed in each dwelling (including its garage and all accessory buildings) is less than or equal to four grams per hour with testing, weather weighing and altitude adjustment.
   (B)   In dwelling units existing on the effective date of this chapter, installation of additional solid fuel-burning devices is prohibited if the resulting emissions of all of the solid fuel-burning devices including existing and those to be installed exceeds the limitations contained in this section.
(1976 Code, § 9-5-5)  (Ord. 382-98, passed 10-1-1998)  Penalty, see § 10.99