ADOPTS WITH AMENDMENTS:

NFPA 1, 2018

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Automobile wrecking yards shall be in accordance with this chapter.
Permits, where required, shall comply with Section 1.12.
Welding and cutting operations shall be in accordance with Chapter 41.
The yard shall be kept free of vegetation, debris, and any other material that is not necessary to the proper operation of the facility.
Fire extinguishers shall be placed and sized in accordance with Section 13.6.
The storage of tires shall be in accordance with Chapters 33 and 34.
Burning operations shall be in accordance with Section 10.10.
The storage, use, and handling of motor vehicle fluids and hazardous materials shall be in accordance with Chapters 60 and 66.
Motor vehicle fluids shall be drained from salvage vehicles when such fluids are leaking.
Storage and handling of motor vehicle fluids shall be done in an approved manner.
Flammable and combustible liquids shall be stored and handled in accordance with Chapter 66.
Supplies or equipment capable of mitigating leaks from fuel tanks, crankcases, brake systems, and transmissions shall be kept available on site.
Single-use plugging, diking, and absorbent materials shall be disposed of as hazardous waste and removed from the site in a manner approved by federal, state, and local requirements.
Removed air bag systems shall be handled and stored in accordance with Chapter 60.
Lead-acid batteries shall be removed from salvage vehicles when such batteries are leaking.
Lead-acid batteries that have been removed from vehicles shall be stored in an approved manner.
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