As a condition to continuance of any building, process, installation, production or other use in any commercial or industrial zone, the applicant shall supply evidence, satisfactory to the Planning Board or to its designated representative, that the proposed use will conform fully to all of the applicable performance standards stated herein. As evidence of compliance, the Board may require certification of tests by appropriate government agencies or by recognized testing laboratories, any cost thereof to be borne by the applicant. The Planning Board may require that specific devices be installed and that operating procedures be followed if governmental agencies or testing laboratories determine that the use requires such in order to assure compliance with performance standards.
Liquid wastes and effluents shall be discharged into an approved existing sewage treatment system in accordance with the regulations of that system or shall be treated in a treatment plant operated by the proposed use which is in compliance with the applicable state statutes and with the requirements of the State Board of Health and Egg Harbor Township Municipal Utilities Authority.
Precaution against fire hazards, proper handling and storage of materials and structure design and safeguards for the health and safety of workers shall comply with the applicable regulations and requirements of the State Department of Labor and Industry.
Any vibration, glare or noise resulting from the operation of the proposed use will not be evident beyond the lot lines of the property on which it originates.
The proposed use shall not result in the dissemination of smoke, dust, chemicals or odors into the air to such a degree as to be detrimental to the health and welfare of the residents of the area.
The applicant, if the Zoning Officer so directs, shall secure a report from the County Board of Health in regard to the effect of proposed use upon the public health with respect to any potential pollution of the air resulting from the dissemination of smoke, chemicals, odors or dust from the industrial process of the proposed use. Said report shall be based upon the completion of industrial atmospheric pollution survey forms of the State of New Jersey and other appropriate investigations of the County Board of Health.
[Amended 12-8-1982 by Ord. No. 71-1982; 10-12-2005 by Ord. No. 55-2005]