Sec. 1105. (1) The state plumbing board created in section 13 of former 2002 PA 733 shall continue
in existence and is designated as the board for purposes of this article.
(2) The board is composed of the following members:
(a) The director or his or her authorized representative, the director of the department
of environmental quality or his or her authorized representative, and a member or
employee of the drinking water and radiologic protection division of the department
of environmental quality, selected by the director of the department of environmental
quality. Board members described in this subdivision shall serve as voting ex officio members.
(b) Five members who are appointed by the governor for 3-year terms and who are United
States citizens and residents of the state, as follows:
(i) Two members who are licensed plumbing contractors who hold a master's license and
have 10 years of experience as plumbing contractors.
(ii) One member who is a licensed master plumber who secures permits and has 10 years
of experience as a master plumber.
(iii) One member who is a licensed journey plumber and has 10 years of experience as a
(iv) One member who represents the general public.
(3) The board shall recommend to the state construction code commission the promulgation
of rules the board considers necessary for the safe design, construction, installation,
alteration, and inspection of plumbing. The board may also recommend to the state construction code commission, after testing
and evaluation, that the commission issue a certificate of acceptability under the
state construction code for a material, product, method of manufacturing, or method
of construction or installation of plumbing equipment.
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