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Culled from the 2014 Edition of New York City Apartment Management Checklist, published by Vendome Real Estate Media, this sample chapter on Boiler/Burner Certification covers: Who is Affected; What the Law Requires; How to Comply; Deadlines and Penalties;
and much more.
City Law: When owners install a new boiler or burner or make major alterations to an existing boiler or burner (e.g., replace equipment on it), they must get a certificate of compliance from the Dept. of Buildings (DOB), and either a registration certificate or a certificate of operation for it from the Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP). Owners must also renew DEP registrations and certificates for existing boilers and burners in the building. Owners cannot operate boiler/burner equipment without the required certificates. The type of certificate owners must get from DEP depends on the type and amount of fuel their equipment uses.