Debris Removal Sample Clauses

Debris Removal. We will pay your reasonable expense for the removal of:
Debris Removal. We pay for the removal of debris of covered property following a covered loss. This coverage does not include costs to:
Debris Removal. Cover is extended to include expenses necessarily incurred in removing debris, cleaning of drains and sewers, dismantling or demolishing and shoring-up or propping or fencing of the items insured as a result of damage insured by this Section, provided that the total amount recoverable under any of the items insured does not exceed the sum insured. We will not pay for any costs or expenses: 8.1 incurred in removing debris except from the site of such property damaged and the area immediately adjacent to such site 8.2 arising from pollution or contamination of property not insured by this Section.
Debris Removal. This Section extends to cover expenses which are necessary for: 5.1 removing debris, 5.2 cleaning or repairing of drains or sewers, 5.3 dismantling or demolishing, 5.4 shoring up, propping or fencing, of any portion of the property insured which has suffered damage. Standard Clause 5 Exclusions In addition to the Exclusions to the Contract Works section we will not pay any cost or expense: 5.5 incurred in removing debris except from the site of the property insured which has suffered damage insured by this section and the area immediately adjacent, 5.6 arising from pollution or contamination of property not insured by this Section, 5.7 exceeding the limit of liability applying to the category of property insured relating to the property damage.
Debris Removal. Permittee shall pick up all debris and waste daily, and shall dispose of it according to local and state law.
Debris Removal. We cover the cost of moving debris of the covered property caused by a covered cause of loss under this policy. This coverage does not include costs to:
Debris Removal. Throughout all phases of construction, including suspension of Work, Construction Manager shall keep the Site reasonably free from debris, trash and construction wastes to permit Construction Manager to perform its Construction Services efficiently, safely and without interfering with the use of adjacent land areas. Upon Substantial Completion of the Work, or an agreed upon portion of the Work, Construction Manager shall remove all debris, trash, construction wastes, materials, equipment, machinery and tools arising from the Work or applicable portions thereof to permit City to occupy the Project or an agreed upon portion of the Project for its intended use.
Debris Removal. When insured property is damaged by an insured peril, we will pay necessary expenses incurred to:
Debris Removal. All trash and debris shall be removed from work area by the end of each working day. At other times during the progress of work, when required, Contractor shall remove all surplus materials, rubbish, and debris resulting from the work. Work area shall be left in a neat, clean and acceptable condition as approved by County PCA. No stockpile of debris will be allowed at the site.Contractor shall pick up and dispose of materials at a site outside of County and District’s right- of-way approved for disposal of such materials. Any debris dropped on the public street during entrance or exit of the site shall be removed immediately by Contractor.
Debris Removal. The Insurer will indemnify the Insured for expenses incurred in the removal from the “premises” of debris of the property insured, occasioned by loss or damage to such property, for which loss or damage insurance is afforded under this Form. The amount payable under this extension shall be subject to a maximum amount stated on the “Declaration Page(s)”. (ii) REMOVAL OF WINDSTORM DEBRIS: The Insurer will indemnify the Insured for expenses incurred in the removal of debris or other property which is not insured by this Form but which has been blown by windstorm upon a location specified on the “Declaration Page(s)” subject to a maximum recovery of ten thousand ($10,000) for any one occurrence. This includes trees that have been blown by windstorm on the “premises”. Debris removal expense shall not be considered in the determination of actual cash value for the purpose of applying the Co-Insurance Clause.