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NEW YORK CITY-NEW CARBON MONOXIDE LAW

NEW CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR REQUIREMENT

On May 5, 2004, Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed legislation that requires the installation of carbon monoxide detecting devices within proximity of sleeping rooms in apartments and private homes. All buildings where fossil-fuel burning furnaces or boilers are located, with fossil fuel defined as coal, kerosene, oil, wood, fuel gases and other petroleum products, will be subject to the new law.

Owners will be entitled to a reimbursement of twenty-five dollars per device from tenants. The law will take effect 180 days from enactment, on November 1, 2004. The Rent Stabilization Association will be meeting with regulatory agencies with regard to implementation of the law.

All carbon monoxide detectors must be of a type designated by the Buildings Commissioner.

Recently, the New York City Council passed legislation that requires the installation of carbon monoxide detecting devices within proximity of sleeping rooms in apartments and private homes. All buildings where fossil-fuel burning furnaces or boilers are located, with fossil fuel defined as coal, kerosene, oil, wood, fuel gases and other petroleum products, are subject to the new law.

Owners will be entitled to a reimbursement of twenty-five dollars per device from tenants. The Rent Stabilization Association is meeting with regulatory agencies with regard to implementation of the law.

All carbon monoxide detectors must be of a type designated by the Buildings Commissioner. Currently, three technologies dominate the market for the detectors. The law won’t take effect until November 1, 2004. ---

The City of New York in conjuction with the State and Local building authorities has drafted a new carbon monoxide alarm law. The law will require each apartment to have a functional carbon monoxide alarm by the end of October, 2004.

Please contact us directly to discuss your apartment complex and your carbon monoxide alarm requirements.

In most cases alarms are 'special' ordered to minimize cost.

To date, we have supplied CO alarms to several NYC apartment complexes, provided relevant information to RSA, and supplied samples to several building departments.

Please contact us directly to discuss your carbon monoxide alarm needs: info@smokesign.com