4.9.5.  INDUSTRIAL USE GROUP
   A.   Craftwork Manufacturing
      1.   The area devoted to the use shall not exceed 25% of the or 1,000 square feet, whichever is less.
      2.   The products manufactured on shall be sold at retail on the premises.
      3.   The products manufactured on shall be limited to leather-craft, jewelry, and clothing.
   B.   Extraction
      1.   The use shall be at least 300 feet from any , except that the use may be closer than 300 feet to an I-2 zoned with the written consent of the owner of the property.
      2.   The generation of dust shall be minimized.
   C.   Manufacturing and Industrial (Includes General, Heavy Equipment, Precision, and Primary Manufacturing )
      1.   The manufacturing activity shall be located on the same or with the permitted use.
      2.   Access shall be from a . Access from an shall also be permitted, provided the is at least 20 feet wide; it is paved for its entire length; and zoning on both sides of the for its entire length within the is not residential or office.
      3.   Reserved.
      4.   Manufacturing uses shall be conducted wholly within completely .
      5.   All work and activity in connection with, and accessory to, a manufacturing use, such as loading and unloading areas, docks, and platforms, shall be located entirely within a or an area on the that shall be on all sides by a solid wall or fence six feet in . Such loading and unloading areas, docks, and platforms shall be located as far from any surrounding residential uses or as is reasonably possible.
      6.   The manufacturing and allied uses and activities shall be conducted in with the following use specific standards:
         a.   Noise
         The sound level of any individual operation shall not exceed the levels permitted in Section 16-31, Excessive Noise, of the Tucson Code.
         b.   Smoke
         Smoke emission from any source shall not exceed a greater than that described as No. 1 on the Ringleman Chart. However, smoke may be emitted that is equal to, but not darker than, No. 2 on the Ringleman Chart for not more than four minutes in any 30-minute period. For the purpose of the of smoke, the Ringleman Chart, as published by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, shall be the standard.
         c.   Glare or Heat
         Any activity producing intense glare or heat shall not be performed in such a manner as to create a or hazard beyond the .
         d.   Odors
         Emission of odorous gases or other odorous matter shall not be permitted in such quantities as to be offensive to owners or occupants of property or in such a manner as to create a or hazard beyond the .
         e.   Vibration
         No vibration shall be permitted that is discernible beyond the to the human sense of feeling for a duration of three minutes or more in any one hour of the day between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. or of a duration of 30 seconds or more in any one hour between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
         f.   Fly Ash, Dust, Fumes, Vapors, Gases, and Other Forms of Air Pollution
         No emission shall be permitted that can cause damage to health, , vegetation, or other forms of property or that can cause any excessive soiling of the air.
         g.   Liquids and Solid Waste
         No waste shall be discharged into the , drainage-ways, or on property possibly creating a danger to the public health and safety, and no waste shall be discharged in the public sewage system that might endanger the normal operation of the public sewage system.
         h.   Illumination
         Illumination of and open areas shall be located and directed so as to eliminate glare toward and properties and shall comply with the requirements of the Tucson Code, Chapter 6, (Outdoor Lighting Code).
      7.   Soap manufacturing is limited to cold process only.
      8.   Outdoor storage, when permitted, shall not be located in a . Outdoor storage areas shall be screened in accordance with Section 7.6, and Screening. No materials or products shall be stacked or stored to exceed the of the within 50 feet of an residential or . Outdoor display of finished products is permitted within a in an area limited to 10% of the or 10,000 square feet, whichever is less. Such display area shall not encroach into required landscape buffer areas. Outdoor storage in the P-I is limited to 25% of the .
      9.   Accessory Manufacturing uses to Commercial Services, Retail Trade, or Wholesaling Use Groups, are permitted:
         a.   In the C-2 , limited to 25% of the except as follows. Accessory manufacturing uses may occupy more than 25% of the if the use complies with Section 4.9.5, Industrial Use Group.
         b.   In the C-3 , limited to 33% of the except as follows. Accessory manufacturing uses may occupy more than 33% of the if the use complies with Section 4.9.5, Industrial Use Group.
         c.   In the OCR-1 and OCR-2 , limited to 50% of the . Exception: The accessory may exceed 50% of the if it complies with the applicable use-specific standards in Section 4.9.5, Industrial Use Group.
      10.   The is limited to:
         a.   Those products that are wholesaled, manufactured, or stored on the premises; and,
         b.   No more than 25% of the total area, but not to exceed 2,500 square feet.
   D.   Motion Picture Industry
      1.    and shall be at least 100 feet from the boundary of the .
   E.   Perishable Goods Manufacturing
      1.   The manufacturing of fish or meat products, sauerkraut, sugar beets, vinegar, and yeast and the rendering or refining of fats and oils shall not be permitted.
      2.   Slaughterhouses, meat packing plants, fertilizer yards, and plants for the reduction of matter is not permitted.
      3.   The shall be at least 300 feet from any .
      4.   The area devoted to the accessory is limited to a maximum of 33% of the .
      5.   The accessory is limited to baked goods and confectionery products.
      6.   The accessory is limited to the manufacturing of beer, “microbrewery.”
      7.   The area devoted to the accessory shall not exceed 25% of the or 1,000 square feet, whichever is less.
      8.   The products manufactured on must be sold at retail on the premises.
      9.   Accessory Manufacturing uses to Commercial Services, Retail Trade, or Wholesaling Use Groups, are permitted in the:
         a.   In the C-2 , limited to 25% of the except as follows. Accessory manufacturing uses may occupy more than 25% of the if the use complies with Section 4.9.5.
         b.   In the C-3 , limited to 33% of the except as follows. Accessory manufacturing uses may occupy more than 33% of the if the use complies with Section 4.9.5.
   F.    Restrictions
      1.   Manufacturing activities involving the use, storage, or disposal of shall be prohibited, except as permitted below.
      2.    that does not become an integral part of the manufactured product or is exempt from the licensing requirements of, or is permitted under, a general license issued by the Arizona Atomic Energy Commission or its legally established successor, may be used, stored, or disposed of as part of a manufacturing activity.
      3.    may be used in medical diagnosis and therapy or in medical, educational, or industrial research and .
   G.   Salvaging and Recycling
      1.   Salvaging and Recycling is limited to recycling collection bins only.
      2.   All Salvaging and Recycling activities and storage shall occur within an .
      3.   Salvaging and Recycling is limited to empty product containers, such as, but not limited to, aluminum cans, glass and plastic bottles, and newspaper.
      4.   Junkyards, salvaging of motorized vehicles, such as cars, trucks, airplanes, and similar vehicles; salvaging of hazardous materials; and landfills are not permitted.
      5.   Salvaging and Recycling is restricted to collection of recycling materials.
      6.   In addition to the requirements of Section 7.6, and Screening, there shall be a wall at least six feet in between this use and any residential .
      7.   The goods donation center shall be located in a permanent staffed by an attendant who remains on the premises during the center’s hours of operation.
      8.   Security procedures or physical barriers shall be provided to prevent after-hours drop-off of donated items and to prohibit nighttime access to these items.
      9.   The applicant shall submit a security management plan that describes the operation of the center, to the Zoning Administrator for review and approval. The plan shall include: the and hours of operation for the center; descriptions of the planned security procedures and/or physical barriers planned to prohibit both vehicular access when the center is closed and outside storage when the center is closed; the outdoor lighting schematic; and the operational procedures planned to implement the security management plan. Any changes or amendments to the security management plan shall be filed with and approved by the Zoning Administrator. If the use is operated in a manner that violates the security plan or conditions for permitting the use, the use may be suspended in accordance with Section 10.4, Penalties and Remedies.
      10.   Signs shall be posted on the providing the and hours of operation and stating that donations are not to be left after the center has closed.
      11.   One service lane may be provided for customer drop-off of donated items.
      12.   The goods donation center shall be located on, and have access from, either a designated as an in the (MS&R) or a in a commercial or industrial park that has direct access to an .