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(a) A certificate of registration shall be issued for a term of one year, except as otherwise provided in this Article.
(b) Except as provided in Subsection (c) of this Section, the registrant shall submit an application for a renewal at least 30 days prior to the expiration date of the certificate of registration. The application for renewal shall include a certification by the registrant that it has reviewed all information previously submitted for its current registration to determine if any revisions are needed and that it has made any necessary changes to the previously submitted application. A copy of any changes shall be submitted to the Department of Health as part of the renewal application.
(c) A physician, dentist, podiatrist, veterinarian, or pharmacist, who is required pursuant to Section 1110 to obtain a certificate of registration solely because he or she operates an establishment that handles oxygen, nitrogen or nitrous oxide is exempt from filing a renewal application and paying an annual renewal fee as provided in this Section and Section 1176(b) of this Article, provided that at any one time the total container capacity of oxygen or nitrous oxide, as determined in accordance with the provisions of Section 1110, is less than 1,000 cubic feet of each material at standard temperature and pressure. If a business that is exempted from registration renewal, at any one time handles oxygen or nitrous oxide in a container or containers with a total capacity that is equal to or greater than 1,000 cubic feet of each material at standard temperature and pressure, or handles any other hazardous material that meets any of the criteria set forth in Section 1110, then the business shall no longer qualify for the exemption and shall comply with the registration renewal requirements of this Article.
(d) The certificate of registration is not transferable to another owner, address or physical location within the same address.
(Added by Ord. 164-92, App. 6/10/92; amended by Ord. 168-95, App. 5/26/95; Ord. 399- 97, App. 10/17/97)