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Eliminating the Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements in the 2012 International Building Code and International Residential Code

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Reviewed Date: December 19, 2016

Original Author: 
Broughton, Jeff
Co-author: 
Hodge, Elisha
Date Created: 
Aug 23, 2016


Subjects:
Building codes--Laws and regulations
Fire--Codes

Eliminating the Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements in the 2012 International Building Code and International Residential Code

Summary: 
MTAS was asked whether it is permissible to eliminate the carbon monoxide detector requirements in the 2012 IBC and IRC and if that complies with standards adopted by the State Fire Marshal.

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