Contaminant. “Contaminant” includes any material, substance, chemical, gas, liquid, waste, effluent, pollutant or contaminant which, whether on its own or admixed with another, is identified or defined in or regulated by or pursuant to any Environmental Laws or which upon release into the Environment presents a danger to the Environment or to the health or safety or welfare of any Person.
Contaminant any man-made or naturally occurring waste, pollutant, hazardous substance, radioactive substance or material, toxic substance, hazardous waste, radioactive waste, special waste, petroleum or petroleum-derived substance or waste, mold, asbestos in any form or condition, polychlorinated biphenyls, or any hazardous or toxic constituent thereof and includes, but is not limited to, these terms as defined in Environmental, Health or Safety Applicable Law.
Contaminant. Any instrument that is suspected or known by either Party to modify, damage, destroy, record, misuse, distribute, or transmit information to, from, or within The System without intention or permission of the Parties. Contaminant includes, but is not limited to, viruses or worms that may be self-replicating or self-propagating and may be designed to (a) contaminate other components of The System, (b) consume resources, (c) modify, destroy, record, or transmit data, or (d) in some other fashion alter the operation of The System.
Contaminant. (a) Any hazardous substance, within the meaning of that term ----------- under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, as amended, and any implementing regulations thereunder; (b) any hazardous or toxic substance, waste or material within the meaning of any other Environmental Laws applicable to the Parties; (c) any pollutant, contaminant or special waste; (d) any petroleum, crude oil or any fraction thereof; or (e) mold, asbestos, urea-formaldehyde or lead-based paint.
Contaminant. Any material that is placed in a waste stream intended for recycling, including organics, that cannot be recycled or reclaimed within the waste stream in which it is placed. A Contaminant of the Recycling stream is any material placed in that waste stream that cannot be recycled or reclaimed after processing. A Contaminant of the Green Waste stream is any material not normally produced from gardens or landscapes such as, but not limited to, brick, rocks, gravel, large quantities of dirt, concrete, sod, non-organic wastes, oil and wood or wood products, including but not limited to, stumps, diseased elms, and other diseased trees. A Contaminant of the Food Waste stream is any non-Food Waste material placed in that waste stream.
Contaminant. The Borrowers shall, and shall cause each of their respective Subsidiaries to, take prompt and appropriate action to respond to any material non-compliance with Environmental Laws and shall regularly report to the Administrative Agent on such response.
Contaminant. Any material mixed with Organic Waste or Recyclable Materials which are not Organic Waste or Recyclable Materials, respectively. For example, regarding Organic Waste, Contaminants would include materials not normally produced from gardens or landscapes such as, but not limited to, brick, rocks, gravel, large quantities of dirt, concrete, non-organic wastes, oil and wood or wood products, including but not limited to, stumps, diseased elms, and other diseased trees.