|Class I liquids (e.g. acetone, benzene, isopropyl alcohol)||> 5 gallons|
|Gasoline and other petroleum-based Class I liquids other than paints, varnishes and lacquers (e.g. gasoline, petroleum ether)||> 2.5 gallons|
|Class II or Class III liquids with a flash point of 300° or less (e.g. diesel, kerosene, mineral spirits, WD-40 lubricant, anti-freeze, hydraulic oil)||> 10 gallons|
|To store and use fuel oil in quantities on mobile heating and power generating trailers.||> 10 gallons|
|Class I, Class II or Class III liquids having a flash point of 300°F or less that are commonly used for painting, varnishing, staining or other similar purposes, including paint, varnish and lacquer (e.g. paint, varnish, lacquer)||> 20 gallons|
|Petroleum-based Class III liquids with a flash point exceeding 300°F (e.g. motor oil, lubricating oil, hydraulic fluid)||> 70 gallons|
|To operate a bulk plant or terminal or bulk transfer facility where flammable and combustible liquids are blended, produced, processed, transported, stored, dispensed or used.|
|To manufacture flammable or combustible liquids.|
|To store and/or use fuel oil stored on a barge, marine vessel or watercraft moored to or anchored at privately owned waterfront property.|
Varies depending on quantity and type of flammable or combustible liquid being stored, handled and/or used.
Varies depending on operation for which flammable or combustible liquids are being stored, handled and/or used.
FDNY Certificates of Fitness may be required, depending on the amount stored, handled, and/or used.
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