§ 155.399  PERFORMANCE STANDARDS; FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS.
   (A)   All flammable solid, liquid and gaseous substances shall be manufactured, stored and utilized in accordance with all applicable codes.
   (B)   In all manufacturing districts, the storage, utilization or manufacture of solid materials or products ranging from incombustible to moderate burning is permitted.
   (C)   In the M1 and M2 Manufacturing Districts, the storage, utilization or manufacture of solid materials or products ranging from free or active burning to intense burning is permitted, provided either of the following conditions is met:
      (1)   The materials or products shall be stored, utilized or manufactured within completely enclosed buildings having no less than two-hour fire-resistant exterior walls and protected with an automatic fire extinguishing system; or
      (2)   The material, if stored outdoors, will be no less than 50 feet to the nearest lot line.
   (D)   (1)   M1 Manufacturing District. 
         (a)   The storage, utilization or manufacture of flammable liquids shall be permitted in accordance with the following table, exclusive of storage of finished products in original sealed container, which shall be unrestricted. Flammable liquid and gas storage tanks shall not be less than 50 feet from all lot lines.
 
Total Capacity of Flammable Materials Permitted (in Gallons)
Flash Point Temperature
Above Ground (Within Enclosed Building)
Under-ground
Materials having a closed cup flash point over 187ºF but less than 300ºF
20,000
100,000
From and including 105ºF to and including 187ºF
10,000
100,000
Materials having a closed cup flash point of less than 105ºF
3,000
100,000
 
         (b)   When flammable gases are stored, utilized or manufactured and measured in cubic feet, the quantity in cubic feet at standard temperature and pressure shall not exceed 30 times the quantities listed above.
      (2)   M2 Manufacturing District. 
         (a)   The storage, utilization or manufacture of flammable liquids shall be permitted in accordance with the following table, exclusive of storage of finished products in original sealed container, which shall be unrestricted. Flammable liquid and gas storage tanks shall not be less than 50 feet from all lot lines.
            1.   Table 1.
 
Total Capacity of Flammable Materials Permitted (in Gallons)
Industries Engaged in Storage for Resale
Above Ground
Materials having a closed cup flash over 200ºF but less than 350ºF
400,000
From and including 105ºF to and including 200ºF
200,000
Materials having a closed cup flash point of less than 105ºF
100,000
   Total
700,000
 
            2.   Table 2.
 
Industries Engaged in Utilization and Manufacture of Flammable Materials Where Storage is an Ancillary Use
Above Ground
Materials having a closed cup flash point over 200ºF but less than 350ºF
200,000
From and including 105ºF to and including 200ºF
100,000
Materials having a closed cup flash point of less than 105ºF
50,000
   Total
350,000
 
         (b)   The quantity of flammable liquids or materials stored below ground shall be unrestricted.
         (c)   When flammable gases are stored, utilized, or manufactured and measured in cubic feet, the quantity in cubic feet at standard temperature and pressure shall not exceed 30 times the quantities listed above.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 16, subs. .100, passed 2-15-1999)