1147.28 OFFENSIVE, NOXIOUS, OR DANGEROUS USES, PRACTICES  OR CONDITIONS.
   No land or building in any district shall be occupied or used in any manner which creates or contributes to the existence of conditions which are dangerous, injurious, harmful, noxious or objectionable, or which may otherwise adversely affect surrounding areas or adjoining premises; except that any use permitted by this Ordinance may be undertaken or maintained if acceptable measures and safeguards to reduce any dangerous or objectionable conditions to acceptable limits, as established in this Section, are properly exercised. Specifically, the occupation or use of land or building in any district shall register with the local fire department, comply with its regulations, and shall be in violation of this Ordinance if one (1) or more of the following conditions are found to exist at any time:
   A.    The use or storage of flammable or explosive materials if not adequately protected by fire-fighting and fire-protection equipment or by such safety devices as are normally required for such activities.
   B.    Activities involving the use and storage of flammable and explosive materials are not removed from adjacent facilities or activities to a distance compatible with the potential danger involved.
   C.    Radioactivity or air pollution is present in violation of the regulations of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
   D.    Hazardous wastes are present in violation of the regulations of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
   E.    Vibration discernible by the Director of Zoning or his/her authorized ·representative without instruments is present on adjoining lot or property.
   F.    Direct or reflected glare is present which is visible from any street or from any property not within a manufacturing district,
   G.    Erosion caused by wind or water is carrying objectionable substances onto any adjacent lot or property.
   H.    Water pollution or contamination is present in violation of the regulation of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
   I.    Activity emitting electrical current or radio wave which adversely affects the operation of any equipment other than that of the operator.
      (Ord. 26-18.  Passed 7-17-18.)