Commercial Solid Waste Sample Clauses

Commercial Solid Waste. All Garbage, Rubbish and other acceptable waste generated by a Commercial Premises and all C & D Materials, excluding Hazardous Waste.
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Commercial Solid Waste. “Commercial Solid Waste” means Solid Waste routinely originating from stores, business offices and other commercial and light industrial sources, excluding residences and wastes from heavy industry (i.e., industry that manufactures or processes petroleum, lumber, steel, chemicals, explosives, fertilizers, gas, rubber, cement, sugar and other products [see section 84-60.402 of the Contra Costa County Ordinance Code.]).
Commercial Solid Waste. Collection Service shall mean the collection of Commercial Solid Waste within the Service Area. Such service includes both Containers and Compactors, but does not include Roll-off Collection Services.
Commercial Solid Waste. All types of solid waste generated by stores, offices, restaurants, warehouses, and other non-manufacturing activities, excluding residential and industrial waste.
Commercial Solid Waste. “Commercial Solid Waste” includesmeans all types of solid wastes generated by commercial, industrial, governmental and other non-residential sources within the Franchise Area. The term “Commercial Solid Waste” does not include hazardous wastes, medical wastes and, or special wastes.
Commercial Solid Waste. Solid Waste resulting from the normal activities of a 174 Commercial Service Unit. Commercial Solid Waste must be generated by and at the 175 Commercial Service Unit wherein the Commercial Solid Waste is collected and does not include 176 items defined herein as Exempt Waste.
Commercial Solid Waste. Commercial Solid Waste shall mean all types of Solid Waste and Program Recyclable Materials generated by stores, offices, restaurants, warehouses, Commercial Service Providers, landlords from Multi-family Units or Multi-family Complexes, and other non- manufacturing activities, excluding residential and industrial Solid Wastes. Compactor — Compactor shall mean any container, regardless of its size, which has a compaction mechanism, whether stationary or mobile, and approved for use by the City-Parish.
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Commercial Solid Waste. Solid Waste generated by retail and commercial facilities, offices, restaurants, warehouses, residential dwellings of five or more units, hotels and other facilities for temporary housing, crew quarters, camp grounds, picnic areas, day use recreation areas, other non-manufacturing activities, and institutions including schools, colleges, and other governmental functions of various types.
Commercial Solid Waste 

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  • Solid Waste The Licensee shall have to make arrangements for disposal of solid waste, which shall be got removed from the premises on a daily basis to ensure perfect cleanliness as per Corporation of Chennai Norms. The Licensee shall have to make arrangements for the solid waste to be separated into glass, plastic and food waste and for the food waste to be treated in a shredder to be converted into a paste. The waste shall need to be expelled into a common dump or waste area provided/ indicated by CMRL. If solid waste is found disposed of on CMRL land or premises a penalty/fine of Rs.2000/- shall be imposed by CMRL for each occasion.

  • Solid Waste Management General. The Airport is required by city ordinance to achieve a solid waste recycling rate of 75% by 2012 and 100% by 2020. Tenants are required to cooperate with the Airport to maximize the rate of solid waste recycling and source separation. Airport’s Work. The Airport will supply specially designed solid waste containers for depositing paper, bottles and cans, and general trash in the public areas of the terminal including Tenant public areas. The Airport will provide waste containers for public disposal of food waste and compostable serviceware in the vicinity of Food and Beverage leaseholds. Tenant’s Work. Tenants are required to collect the solid waste generated in back offices in containers designated for paper, bottles& cans, and general trash and deposit the content of each container in the designated bins at collection areas. All Food and Beverage Concessions are required to collect food waste and compostable serviceware in separate containers and deposit the contents in designated compostable materials bins at collection areas.

  • Drug Free Workplace Act The Contractor will assure a drug-free workplace in accordance with 45 CFR Part 76.

  • Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Contractor understands that HHS does not tolerate any type of fraud, waste, or abuse. Violations of law, agency policies, or standards of ethical conduct will be investigated, and appropriate actions will be taken. Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 321.022, if the administrative head of a department or entity that is subject to audit by the state auditor has reasonable cause to believe that money received from the state by the department or entity or by a client or contractor of the department or entity may have been lost, misappropriated, or misused, or that other fraudulent or unlawful conduct has occurred in relation to the operation of the department or entity, the administrative head shall report the reason and basis for the belief to the Texas State Auditor’s Office (SAO). All employees or contractors who have reasonable cause to believe that fraud, waste, or abuse has occurred (including misconduct by any HHS employee, Grantee officer, agent, employee, or subcontractor that would constitute fraud, waste, or abuse) are required to immediately report the questioned activity to the Health and Human Services Commission's Office of Inspector General. Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and System Agency policies regarding fraud, waste, and abuse including, but not limited to, HHS Circular C-027. A report to the SAO must be made through one of the following avenues: ● SAO Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-TX-AUDIT ● SAO website: xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/ All reports made to the OIG must be made through one of the following avenues: ● OIG Toll Free Hotline 0-000-000-0000 ● OIG Website: XxxxxxXxxxxXxxxx.xxx ● Internal Affairs Email: XxxxxxxxXxxxxxxXxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx ● OIG Hotline Email: XXXXxxxxXxxxxxx@xxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx. ● OIG Mailing Address: Office of Inspector General Attn: Fraud Hotline MC 1300 P.O. Box 85200 Austin, Texas 78708-5200

  • Drug-Free Workplace Contractor represents and warrants that it shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Drug-Free Work Place Act of 1988 (41 U.S.C. §701 et seq.) and maintain a drug-free work environment.

  • No General Solicitation Neither the Company nor any person acting on behalf of the Company has offered or sold any of the Securities by any form of general solicitation or general advertising. The Company has offered the Securities for sale only to the Purchasers and certain other “accredited investors” within the meaning of Rule 501 under the Securities Act.

  • Drug Free Work Place Grantee shall establish and maintain a drug-free work place policy.

  • Specialty Prescription Drugs (+ Prorated copayments for a shorter supply period may apply for network pharmacy only. See Prescription Drug section for details. When purchased at a Specialty Pharmacy (+): For maintenance and non-maintenance prescription drugs, a copayment applies for each 30-day period (or portion thereof) within the prescribeddosing period. Tier 5: $125 Not Covered When purchased at a Retail Pharmacy (+): For maintenance and non-maintenance prescription drugs, a copayment applies for each 30-day period (or portion thereof) within the prescribeddosing period. Specialty Prescription Drugs purchasedat a retail pharmacy will require a significantly higher out of pocket expense than if purchased from a Specialty Pharmacy. Our reimbursement is based on the pharmacy allowance. Tier 5: 50% Not Covered When purchased at a Mail Order Pharmacy: Not Covered Not Covered Covered Benefits Network Pharmacy Non-network Pharmacy (+) Preauthorization is required for thisservice. Please see Preauthorization in Section 3 for more information. You Pay You Pay Infertility Prescription Drugs - Three(3) in-vitro cycles will be covered per plan year with a total of eight (8) in-vitro cycles covered in a member’s lifetime. When purchased at a Specialty, Mail Order, or Retail Pharmacy Tier 1: 20% Not Covered Tier 2: 20% Not Covered Tier 3: 20% Not Covered Tier 4: 20% Not Covered When purchased at a Specialty Pharmacy (+) Tier 5: 20% Not Covered When purchased at a Retail Pharmacy (+): Specialty Prescription Drugs purchased at a retail pharmacy will require a significantly higher out of pocket expense than if purchased from a specialty pharmacy. Tier 5: 20% Not Covered Contraceptive Methods- Preventive Coverage includes barrier method (diaphragmor cervical cap), hormonal method (birth control pill), and emergency contraception. For non-preventive contraceptive prescription drugs and devices, the amount you pay will depend on the tier placement of the contraceptive prescription drug or device. See above for details. When purchased at a Retail Pharmacy: Up to a 365-day supply of contraceptive prescription drugs is available at all network retail pharmacies. For more information about this option, visit our website. Tier 1: $0 Not Covered When purchased at a Mail Order Pharmacy: Up to a 90-day supply. Tier 1: $0 Not Covered

  • Recommended language skills The sending institution, following agreement with the receiving institution, is responsible for providing support to its nominated candidates so that they can have the recommended language skills at the start of the study or teaching period: Receiving institution [Erasmus code] Optional: Subject area Language of instruc­tion 1 Language of instruc­tion 2 Recommended language of instruction level4 Student Mobility for Studies [Minimum recommended level: B1] Staff Mobility for Teaching [Minimum recommended level: B2] I NAPOLI01 Italian English IT-B1 EN-B2; IT-B2 Partner Institution code

  • TOXIC SUBSTANCES Each Contractor furnishing a toxic substance as defined by Section 875 of the Labor Law, shall provide such Authorized User with not less than two copies of a material safety data sheet, which sheet shall include for each such substance the information outlined in Section 876 of the Labor Law. Before any chemical product is used or applied on or in any building, a copy of the product label and Material Safety Data Sheet must be provided to and approved by the Authorized User agency representative.

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