Engineering Controls Sample Clauses

Engineering Controls. The Buyer covenants that any development or redevelopment of the real property conveyed as Interests will, at the cost of the Buyer, adopt and use all engineering and related technical assistance reasonably available to enhance the environmental amenity associated with the real property. Buyer acknowledges that depending upon the nature of the Buyer’s development that engineering controls that may need to be considered for use by the Buyer include: vapor barriers; vapor installation systems; scaled sumps and storm pond liners. Necessity of engineer controls shall be determined by a professional engineer licensed in the state with experience in the field.
Engineering Controls. (WCB 4.54-4.63) Where elimination or removal of the hazard is not possible, engineering controls will be used to minimize the risk. Examples of these controls are guards, barriers and lock-out mechanisms on equipment. 3)
Engineering Controls. Buyer agrees to adopt and use all engineering and related technical assistance available and standard to the industry and any required by Environmental Laws to protect the health and safety of persons and that Buyer will use and implement engineering controls to prevent the migration of vapors and/or liquids containing contamination into any buildings, underground utilities / spaces and / or storm water retention / detention ponds, including without limitation, vapor installation systems, vapor barriers, sealed sumps and storm pond liners as determined to be necessary by a professional engineer license in the state with experience in the field. Buyer shall take measure(s) to isolate building occupants from identified contamination as may be required by Environmental Laws to protect the health of occupants / public.
Engineering Controls. The solvent is stored in a designated perchloric acid area. The area is posted with a warning label stating "Perchloric Acid Use Only. Organic
Engineering Controls. Redeveloper, its successors and -------------------- assigns consent to the establishment of engineering controls on the Project Site and agree to maintain engineering controls in accordance with the requirements of the NJDEP. Redeveloper agrees to operate the Fast Ferry facility in a manner that does not violate the conditions of the engineering controls. In the unlikely event that Redeveloper exercises its option to purchase the Project Site prior to the filing of the Deed Notice required by the RAW, Redeveloper agrees to file said Deed Notice as owner of the property upon receipt of title from PARA.
Engineering Controls. Except as set forth in this Schedule EA 4.1(j), to the Knowledge of Hercules, GES or HDES, no Engineering Control has been implemented or installed at any of the HAC Facilities. ABL • Landfarming of oil-contaminated soil from spill near the boilerhouse at Plant 2, including plastic sheeting underneath the soil • Roll-off boxes of soil from the Beryllium Landfill (from a removal action) and the roof structure covering them • Site 5general plant debriscap on landfill Kenvil • Solid waste landfill access controlFence and signs around old drum burial site near the Maintenance Areasolid waste management unitBarricades and signs restricting access to the TNT Area McGregor • Asbestos landfill—cap and warning signs • Landfill near Area S with soil from TATB Area impoundment—cap • Beryllium burial warning signs in Area S—old site which is pre-Hercules • Locked gates at Area G warehouse where DDT was storednon-Hercules tenant Radford • Hazardous waste landfill SWMU 16 (closed) with cap and leachate collection system and identification signs
Engineering Controls. Except as set forth in Schedule EA 4.1(j), to the Knowledge of Hercules, GES or HDES, no Engineering Control has been implemented or installed at any of the HAC Facilities.
Engineering Controls. (I) A direct processor must use at least one of the following: • Substitution (e.g., replacing a toxic solvent with one less toxic), • Isolation (e.g., automating a process to avoid employee exposure), or • Ventilation and, if appropriate, capture (e.g., fume hood), And
Engineering Controls. (I) A direct processor must use at least one of the following:  Substitution (e.g., replacing a toxic solvent with one less toxic),  Isolation (e.g., automating a process to avoid employee exposure), or  Ventilation and, if appropriate, capture (e.g., fume hood), And
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