Clean Up. Debris shall be regularly removed from the Site. The Site shall be free of any and all debris at all times when the Work is not actually being performed. Upon completion of the Work, all debris and containers shall be removed and the Site left clean.
Clean Up. If Contractor, its agents, employees, or subcontractors perform onsite Services, Contractor, at its cost, will remove all excess materials, equipment, packaging, and garbage within the scope of its performance of Services and leave that portion of the premises in which the work was performed in a clean condition. Should Contractor fail to clean up a Site after completion of work, Purchaser will have the right to remove the materials and set off the cost of clean up against amounts owed to Contractor.
Clean Up. Contractor shall, to Owner’s reasonable satisfaction, at all reasonable times keep the Site free from all waste materials or rubbish caused by the activities of Contractor or any of its Subcontractors or Sub-subcontractors. As soon as practicable after the completion of all Punchlist items, Contractor shall remove, at its own cost, all of its Construction Equipment and remove from the Site all waste material and rubbish that was generated or brought on to the Site by Contractor or any of its Subcontractors or Sub-subcontractors. The Site shall be restored to the extent, if any, required by Attachment A. In the event of Contractor’s failure to comply with any of the foregoing, Owner may accomplish the same; provided, however, that Contractor shall be responsible for all reasonable costs associated with such removal and/or restoration, including costs associated with permitting and transportation.
Clean Up. Contractor shall keep the premises and surrounding area free from the accumulation of waste materials or rubbish caused by operations under the Contract Documents. At completion of the Work, Contractor shall remove from and about the Project waste materials, rubbish, Contractor's tools, construction equipment, machinery and surplus materials. If Contractor fails to clean up, Owner may do so, and the cost thereof shall be charged to Contractor.
Clean Up. If a Contamination occurs, Lessee promptly shall cause the Clean-Up and the removal of any Hazardous Substance and in any such case such Clean-Up and removal of the Hazardous Substance shall be effected in strict compliance with and in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Environmental Laws;
Clean Up. Employees shall be allowed a minimum of five (5) minutes personal clean-up time each shift, such time to precede the end of the shift.
Clean Up. At all times during the course of construction, Subcontractor shall perform his work so as to maintain the site in a clean, safe and orderly condition. Upon completion of the work under this Agreement, Subcontractor shall remove from the site all hazardous materials, temporary structures, debris and waste incident to his operation and clean all surfaces, fixtures, equipment, etc., relative to the performance of this Agreement.
Clean Up. Contractor agrees to keep the work premises and adjoining ways free of waste material and rubbish caused by its Work or that of subcontractors on a daily basis. Contractor further agrees to remove all such waste material and rubbish on termination of the Project, together with all its tools, equipment, machinery, and surplus materials. Contractor agrees, on terminating its Work at the site, to conduct general clean-up operations, including the cleaning of the portions of Owner’s Property on which Work was performed.
Clean Up. During collection operations, Contractor shall clean-up litter in the immediate vicinity of any container storage area (Including the areas where containers are delivered for collection) if Contractor’s actions are the cause of the litter. Each collection vehicle shall be equipped with protective gloves, a broom, and shovel at all times for cleaning up litter. Absorbent material shall be carried on each collection vehicle at all times and used by Contractor for cleaning up liquid spills. Contractor shall document and discuss instances of repeated spillage not caused by it with the customer where spillage occurs, and Contractor shall report such instances to County. If Contractor has attempted to have a customer stop creating spillage but is unsuccessful, County will attempt to rectify such situation with the customer.