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(1) No person, firm, or corporation shall use any parcel(s), lot(s), or tract(s) of land for disposal of “dangerous” or “extremely hazardous” waste (chemical) as defined by Chapter 173-303 WAC; or

(2) For any operation involving radioactive material greater than one curie in a sealed form, or any radioactive material in a nonsealed form, but excluding any place of medical practice, except upon a permit granted by the Hearing Examiner applied for in the manner prescribed by Chapter 25.200 PMC, the Hearing Examiner shall, in addition to the requirements of Chapter 25.200 PMC, also consider the location of the proposed use, the zoning regulations, the threat to the public health, safety or welfare, the effect on surrounding property values and development, reclamation of property, and the suitability of the property for the use proposed; and

(3) Uses or activities that process or dispose of medical wastes as defined by Chapter 173-303 WAC are required to obtain a special permit following the procedures of Chapter 25.200 PMC. [Ord. 4496 § 6, 2020; Ord. 3354 § 2, 1999; Code 1970 § 25.70.100.]