According to the New York City Administrative Code, every owner, property manager, tenant or other individual in charge of a property must clean snow and ice from the sidewalks in front, on the side of and in back of their areas within a certain time frame. Those who don’t comply with the law can be fined $100 to $350 for subsequent offenses. In addition, business owners are legally liable for any injuries that pedestrians suffer on the un-shoveled sidewalks for which they’re responsible. This kind of incident can be easily avoided with Calcium Chloride.
- Melts snow and ice 2X more than rock salt
- Melts 3X more ice than urea
- Melts 7X more ice than potassium chloride