My boiler was internally inspected (as required) several months ago. I have not received an invoice for the inspection and it is my understanding that the invoice must be paid in order to generate an operating permit. What happened?

Published 02/16/2011 02:21 PM   |    Updated 02/16/2011 02:21 PM
My boiler was internally inspected (as required) several months ago. I have not received an invoice for the inspection and it is my understanding that the invoice must be paid in order to generate an operating permit. What happened?
It may be that the inspector did not submit a report or it may be that the report was lost in mailing. Contact the inspector that conducted the internal inspection and ask that the inspector (externally) re-inspect the boiler. In accordance with Indiana rules, the inspection report must be received in this office within 30 days of the date inspected. Consequently, the inspector must submit the report based on a current external inspection date and request that the permit expiration date be based on the frequency provided in rules and effective from the date of the internal inspection.
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