As used in this Chapter, the following words shall have the meanings indicated:
A. “Solid fuel burning device” means a device designed for solid fuel combustion so that usable heat is derived for the interior of a building, and includes, without limitation, solid fuel burning stoves, fireplace inserts, woodstoves of any nature, or pellet stoves used for space heating which can burn solid fuel. Unmodified fireplaces and solid fuel burning devices not subject to DEQ certification are excluded from this definition.
B. “Certified stove” means a solid fuel burning device certified by DEQ as meeting the 1988 particulate emission standards for certified woodstoves specified in Oregon Administrative Rules 340-21-115. (Ord. 2925, amended, 04/18/2006)