AMMONIA Sample Clauses

AMMONIA. Chlorine reacts vigorously with ammonia. An excess of ammonia produces ammonium chloride while an excess of chlorine forms a violently explosive compound, nitrogen trichloride.
AMMONIA. 10.1 Supply by BMS - BMS shall supply to EDNLP at the Battery Limits of the Nitric Acid Facility the Ammonia required for EDNLP's use in manufacturing Nitric Acid and supplying Aqua Ammonia to BMS; provided, however, that BMS shall not be obligated to supply EDNLP with more than one hundred twenty percent (120%) of the monthly nameplate requirements of the Nitric Acid Facility. BMS shall charge EDNLP for the Ammonia at BMS's Net Distributed Cost on a Moving Average Actual Cost basis. BMS warrants that the Ammonia supplied hereunder shall meet the applicable Ammonia Specifications set forth on the attached Schedule 2. BMS covenants that such Ammonia shall be free of all liens and encumbrances. The Ammonia shall be delivered by or on behalf of BMS to EDNLP at the Battery Limits of the Nitric Acid Facility via the Delivery System or other agreed-upon mechanism. BMS shall invoice EDNLP monthly for Ammonia provided by BMS.
AMMONIA. 1.1 Ammonia Process Plant GRADE SALARY Base Set A (100 Points or More) Set B (200 Points or More) Set C (300 Points or More) Set D (400 Points or More) Coordinator Level 3 95,653 98,271 100,888 Coordinator Level 2 82,600 85,218 87,836 90,454 Control Room Operator 71,112 73,731 76,348 78,968 81,585 Process Technician Grade 3 62,871 65,489 68,108 70,724 73,342 Process Technician Grade 2 57,952 60,571 Process Technician Grade 1 55,896 Trainee Process Technician 51,840
AMMONIA. Sections 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4 of the Agreement shall be deleted in their entirety and the following shall be substituted therefor:
AMMONIA. Section 3.6 of the Agreement shall be deleted in its entirety and the following shall be substituted therefor:
AMMONIA. All ammonia necessary for the manufacture of Nitric Acid by EDNLP at the Nitric Acid Facility at the operating rates necessary to meet BMS's requirements of Nitric Acid and EDNLP's sales requirements of Surplus Nitric Acid, which ammonia shall be supplied to EDNLP by BMS for its use and as required by EDNLP at the Nitric Acid Facility pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
AMMONIA. Unless Orica is delivering Ammonia purchased by Orica to the EDC Plant pursuant to Section 3.1.1 of the Agreement, Orica shall pay to EDC ***. However, the payment terms for such Ammonia shall be those specified in Subsection 3.1.3 of the Agreement. *** In addition to the Manufacturing Fee, Orica shall pay to EDC the ***, as provided below.
AMMONIA. In exchange for the changed conditions in Annual leave and Public Holidays, the payment of the 21st shift the first time annual leave is taken has been discontinued and the guarantee of a minimum of two (2) extra Process Technicians per shift to cover work on the plant during start-ups has been given.
AMMONIA. Ammonia is a common component in fertilizer, plastics, paper, and rubber (Fawell et al., 1996). It is used in the industrial setting as well as a coolant for melting and as cleansing agent for food additives (Fawell et al., 1996). Ammonia is found naturally in the groundwater at levels below 0.20 ppm. Higher concentrations up to 12 ppm may be caused by pollution, and levels that range from 0.53 ppm to 22.3 ppm NH3 are acutely toxic to freshwater organisms (EPA Gold Book, 1986). Possible implications on freshwater organisms that are caused by high levels of ammonia include loss of equilibrium, hyperexcitability, increased breathing and oxygen uptake, and in extreme cases convulsions, coma, and death among fishes and other organisms; at lower concentrations fish experience developmental and morphological problems (EPA Gold Book, 1986). Factors that have been shown to influence ammonia toxicity include dissolved oxygen concentration, water temperature, pH levels, carbon dioxide concentration, salinity, and the presence of other toxicants (EPA Gold Book, 1986). The toxicity of Ammonia is inversely related to pH levels; as pH decreases the toxic effects of NH3 on organisms increases (EPA Gold Book, 1986). Because ammonia is excreted by organisms it is found in abundance in water bodies and therefore strict regulations on optimal ammonia levels are not enforced. In accordance to this, ammonia levels in this study will not be a determining parameter in assessing the ecological health of the streams and data on ammonia levels are not reported.

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