The Industrial Use Group includes Classes that involve the on- production of goods by mechanical or chemical transformation of materials or substances and packaging. The following Classes and examples comprise the Industrial Use Group.
   A.   Craftwork
   Any business establishment that produces on the premises articles for sale of artistic quality or effect or handmade workmanship. Examples include candle making, glass blowing, weaving, pottery making, woodworking, sculpting, painting, and other associated activities.
   B.   Extraction
   The surface or subsurface mining or withdrawal of metallic or nonmetallic minerals, oil, gas, or other forms of energy and resources.
   C.   General Manufacturing
   The assembling, finishing, or compounding of preprocessed materials into a finished product or component. Typical uses include the assembly of furniture, cloth goods, and plastic goods and the compounding of chemicals not otherwise classified as hazardous materials.
   D.   Hazardous Material Manufacturing
   The synthesis, compounding, or manufacture of explosive, highly combustible, corrosive, toxic, highly oxidizing, or radioactive substances, either as a finished product, as part of a process, or as part of the finished product. Typical uses include the compounding of acid, ammunition manufacturing, the compounding of pesticides, and the manufacture of explosives and fireworks.
   E.   Heavy Equipment Manufacturing
   The assembling or finishing of heavy machinery or equipment, such as automobiles, utility vehicles, aircraft, farming equipment, and utility trailers. Typical uses include auto assembly plants and tractor works.
   F.   Motion Picture Industry
   The production of motion pictures including soundstages, outdoor sets, storage, and service facilities.
   G.   Perishable Goods Manufacturing
   The processing and packaging of food products and other goods that are susceptible to spoilage or decay. Typical uses include meat packing operations, breweries and wineries, canneries, and bottling plants.
      1.   Microbrewery
      A Perishable Goods Manufacturing use that produces beer, in the amount between 10,000 and 310,000 gallons annually.
   H.   Precision Manufacturing
   The manufacturing, production, or assembly of electronic or precision instruments and products. Typical uses include the manufacturing of scientific, medical, measuring, and optical instruments; audio and video equipment; electronic devices and systems; and watches.
   I.   Primary Manufacturing
   The forging, casting, forming, extruding, or conversion of basic materials used ultimately in the construction, assembly, or fabrication of final products. Typical uses include foundries, textile and paper mills, sawmills, batch plants, and brickyards.
   J.   Processing and Cleaning
   Provides dry cleaning, dyeing, laundering, or rug cleaning services. Typical uses include dry cleaning plants, diaper services, and linen supply services.
   K.   Refining
   The purifying of a crude substance into a basic material used in manufacturing processes. Typical uses include the smelting or converting of ores and petroleum refining.
   L.   Salvaging and Recycling
   The reclamation and recovery of used materials and the processing of discarded scrap materials for commercial purposes. Typical uses include auto salvage yards, junkyards, paper salvage operations, and goods donation centers.
      1.    Goods Donation Center
      A consisting of a staffed facility at which donated consumer goods are accepted, handled, and temporarily stored before transport to a resale center. When used in conjunction with a retail store, both uses are considered .