ToC
42-15

Use Group 18

M3

Use Group 18 consists primarily of industrial uses which:

(1)        either involve considerable danger of fire, explosion or other hazards to public health or safety, or cannot be designed without appreciable expense to conform to high performance standards with respect to the emission of objectionable influences; and

(2)        normally generate a great deal of traffic, both pedestrian and freight.

A.        Manufacturing establishments

Asphalt or asphalt products

Beverages, alcoholic or breweries

Brick, tile or clay

Cement

Charcoal, lampblack or fuel briquettes

Chemicals, including acetylene, aniline dyes, ammonia, carbide, caustic soda, cellulose, chlorine, carbon black or bone black, cleaning or polishing preparations, creosote, exterminating agents, hydrogen or oxygen, industrial alcohol, potash, plastic materials or synthetic resins, rayon yarns, or hydrochloric, picric, or sulphuric acids or derivatives

Coal, coke or tar products

Excelsior or packing materials

Fertilizers

Foundries, ferrous or non-ferrous

Gelatin, glue or size

Glass or large glass products, including structural or plate glass or similar products

Grain, milling or processing

Graphite or graphite products

Gypsum

Hair, felt, or feathers, bulk processing, washing, curing or dyeing

Incineration or reduction of garbage, offal or dead animals

Insecticides, fungicides, disinfectants, or related industrial or household chemical compounds

Leather or fur tanning, curing, finishing or dyeing

Linoleum or oil cloth

Machinery, heavy, including electrical, construction, mining, or agricultural, including repairs

Matches

Meat or fish products, including slaughtering of meat or preparation of fish for packing

Metal or metal ores, reduction, refining, smelting or alloying

Metal alloys or foil, miscellaneous, including solder, pewter, brass, bronze, or tin, lead or gold foil or similar products

Metal or metal products, treatment or processing, including enameling, japanning, lacquering, galvanizing or similar processes

Metal casting or foundry products, heavy, including ornamental iron work or similar products

Monument works, with no limitation on processing

Paint, varnishes or turpentine

Petroleum or petroleum products, refining

Plastic, raw

Porcelain products, including bathroom or kitchen equipment or similar products

Radioactive waste disposal services involving the handling or storage of radioactive waste

Railroad equipment, including railroad cars or locomotives

Rubber, natural or synthetic, including tires, tubes or similar products

Sewage disposal plants

Ship or boat building or repair yards, for ships or boats 200 feet in length or over

Soaps or detergents, including fat rendering

Steel, structural products, including bars, girders, rails, wire rope or similar products

Solvent extracting

Stock yards or slaughtering of animals or poultry

Stone processing or stone products, including abrasives, asbestos, stone screenings, stone cutting, stone work, sand or lime products, or similar processes or products

Sugar refining

Textile bleaching

Wood or bone distillation

Wood or lumber processing including sawmills or planing mills, excelsior, plywood, or veneer, wood-preserving treatment or similar products or processes

Wood pulp or fiber, reduction or processing, including paper mill operations

Wool scouring or pulling

B.        Storage or miscellaneous uses, open or enclosed

Coal or gas storage

Dumps, marine transfer stations for garbage or slag piles

Electric power or steam generating plants

Explosives storage, when not prohibited by other ordinances

Gas manufacturing plants

Grain storage

Junk or salvage yards, including auto wrecking or similar establishments, provided that such yard is completely enclosed on all sides by a solid opaque fence or wall (including solid opaque entrance and exit gates) of suitable uniform material and color, at least eight feet in height and constructed in accordance with rules and regulations to be promulgated by the Commissioner of Buildings

Lumber yards, with no limitation on lot area per establishment

Manure, peat or topsoil storage

Petroleum or petroleum products, storage or handling

Refrigerating plants

Scrap metal, junk, paper or rags storage, sorting, or baling, provided that any yard in which such use is conducted is completely enclosed on all sides by a solid opaque fence or wall (including solid opaque entrance and exit gates) of suitable uniform material and color, at least eight feet in height and constructed in accordance with rules and regulations to be promulgated by the Commissioner of Buildings

C.        Accessory uses

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