process utilizing a class I, II, III, or IV solvent and the premises upon which they are
(j) "Dry cleaning machine" means a device in which wearing apparel,
textiles, fabrics and rugs, are immersed in a solution other than water and agitated for
the purpose of removal of dirt or soil.
(k) "Dry cleaning machine room" means a room in which the dry cleaning
operations are conducted, including all additional areas containing solvent or solvent
handling equipment in which dry cleaning solvents or vapors may accumulate.
(l) "Dry cleaning system" means any equipment such as washers, dryers,
filters, stills, vapor recovery units, waste water vaporizers, and storage tanks which
contain a cleaning solvent.
(m) "Emergency" means that, in the judgment of the director, there is a violation
of the public health code or these rules which causes or may cause a condition at a
type IV establishment requiring immediate action to prevent endangering the health or
safety of a person or persons or a violation of the fire protection code or these rules
which causes or may cause a condition at a type I, II, or III establishment
requiring immediate action to prevent endangering the health or safety of a person
or persons from the risk of a fire or explosion.
(n) "Fire prevention code" means section 5i of 1941 PA 207, MCL
(o) "Licensee" means the owner of a dry cleaning establishment that has been
issued a license or certificate.
(p) "Make-up air" means outdoor air that replaces establishment air which is
exhausted to the outside by a ventilation system.
(q) "Modification" means a conversion, alteration, or change in the design,
operation, or location of the equipment or a change in the class of solvent utilized at the
dry cleaning establishment, including, but not limited to, dry cleaning equipment,
fuel-fired equipment, ventilation equipment, and the building structure, or any of the
items listed in
R 335.17203. A modification does not include routine maintenance.
(r) "Plans and specifications" means drawings, specifications, data, and a true
description or representation of a type I, II, III, and
IV installation, or a
component thereof, as it exists or is to be constructed, installed, modified,
converted, or remodeled.
(s) "Public health code" means part 133 of article 12 of 1978 PA 368, MCL
333.13301 to 333.13325, and only applies to
(t) "Public laundry" means a business where the public may launder wearing
apparel, textiles, fabrics, and rugs by immersion in water.
(u) "Type I establishment" is an establishment utilizing a class I solvent.
(v) "Type II establishment" is an establishment utilizing a class II solvent.
(w) "Type III establishment" is an establishment utilizing a class IIIA or class
(x) "Type IV establishment" is an establishment utilizing a class IV solvent.
(2) The terms defined in the public health code and the fire prevention code
have the same meaning when used in these rules.