Before any dry-cleaning or dry-dyeing plant using nonflammable solvents is established or operated in the Township, a license therefor shall be obtained from the Building Inspector, after application is made showing compliance with this article and any other provisions of this Code or other ordinances of the Township applicable thereto.
The application for the license required by the preceding section shall state the kind of cleaning fluid or solvent to be used in such plant for cleaning, spotting, etc., and show the method of venting the cleaning units. No cleaning fluid or solvent shall be used for any purpose whatever in the licensed plant other than that stated in the application.
Every unit for dry cleaning operated with any synthetic solvent or any liquid from which noxious or toxic fumes arise shall be so equipped that the gases therefrom shall be conveyed from such unit to a vent in the outer air outside of the plant and more than 10 feet from any window or door.
Dry-cleaning and dry-dyeing plants designated by the 1981 BOCA Code (Building Officials and Code Administrators International) are exempt from the provisions of this article.