DEBRIS. Contractor shall be responsible for the prompt removal of all debris which is a result of this contractual service.
DEBRIS. 1. Materials resulting from the cutting operation in excess of 12 inches in length or 3 inches in diameter is not allowed to remain on roadway slopes within the treated area, in ditches, or within water courses.
DEBRIS. Have ultimate responsibility for cleaning up debris that has blown from buildings under construction within the development until such time as all Improvements have been installed and building occupancy has been granted. The City shall make a reasonable effort to require the contractor responsible for the debris to clean up the debris or to hold the subject property owner who hired the contractor responsible. The Developer and/or subject property owner shall clean up the debris within forty-eight (48) hours after receiving a notice from the City Engineer. If said debris is not cleaned up after notification, the City will do so at the Developer’s and/or subject property owner's expense.
DEBRIS. 1. Materials resulting from the cutting operation in excess of 300 mm (12 inches) in length or seventy-five (75) mm (3 inches) in diameter is not allowed to remain on roadway, slopes within the treated area, in ditches, or within water courses.
DEBRIS. Tenant will cause construction of any Alterations to be accomplished in a neat, clean, and workmanlike manner. Tenant shall not permit any trash, rubbish, or debris to accumulate in the Premises or the Project, and Tenant shall remove or cause to be removed all such trash, rubbish, and debris from the Premises and the Project and on a timely basis. Tenant shall be responsible for any additional costs incurred by Landlord for cleaning the Project or any portion thereof, and for removing any trash, rubbish, or debris therefrom to the extent caused by Tenant’s construction of the Alterations. Tenant shall not use the Project trash containers for any trash, rubbish or debris generated by any construction in the Premises.
DEBRIS. All trash, litter and debris is removed from within the 100-year high water level of the facility, including fallen trees, limbs and other floatable materials.
DEBRIS. Items and materials broken, destroyed, or displaced by a natural or manmade federally declared disaster. Examples of debris include, but are not limited to, vegetative, construction and demolition debris and personal property.
DEBRIS. Licensee agrees to continuously and at all times keep that portion of Licensor’s Ditch System, and Right-of-Way and Easement covered by this Agreement, free and clear of all debris, of every kind and nature whatsoever, so that use of the Right-of-Way and Easement and the full and free flow of water in the Ditch System shall not be interfered with at any time, including times of heavy rain or abnormally high water in the ditch caused in any manner whatsoever, and so that no damage can or will result to Licensor, Licensor’s Ditch System, or to the person or property of others by the escape or overflow of water or in any manner whatsoever. Licensee agrees to continuously and at all times take whatever steps are necessary to prevent the escape or overflow of water, in any manner whatsoever, from the structures on Licensee’s Property so that no damage can or will result to Licensor, Licensor’s Ditch System, or to the person or property of others. If the escape or overflow of water causes any damage to Licensor, Licensor’s Ditch System, or to the person or property of others, Licensee agrees that it shall be solely responsible for such damage.
DEBRIS. Removal from the Property of trash, debris, and materials accumulated in connection with any activity of TENANT on or about the Premises.