Environmental Protection Act Sample Clauses

Environmental Protection Act. The Contractor certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a contract under 30 ILCS 500/50-14. Section 50-14 prohibits a contractor from entering into a contract with a State agency if the contractor has been found by a court or the Pollution Control Board to have committed a willful or knowing violation of the Environmental Protection Act within the last 5 years. The Contractor further acknowledges that the contracting State agency may declare the related contract void if this certification is false. (30 ILCS 500/50-14) Debt Delinquency: The Contractor certifies that it, or any affiliate, is not barred from being awarded a contract under Section 30 ILCS 500/50-11 of the Illinois Procurement Code, as amended. Section 50-11 prohibits any bidder from submitting a bid or entering into a contract with a State agency if that bidder knows or should have known that it, or any affiliate, is delinquent in the payment of any debt to the State as defined by the Debt Collection Board. The Contractor further acknowledges that the contracting State agency may declare the related contract void if this certification is false. (30 ILCS 500/50-11) Illinois Use Tax: The Contractor certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a contract under 30 ILCS 500/50-12. Section 50-12 prohibits a contractor from entering into a contract with a State agency if the contractor, or any affiliate, has failed to collect and remit Illinois Use Tax on all sales of tangible personal property into the State of Illinois in accordance with the provisions of the Illinois Use Tax Act. The Contractor further acknowledges that the chief procurement officer may declare the related contract void if this certification is false. (30 ILCS 500/50-12) Educational Loan Default: If an individual, sole proprietorship or a LLC, the Contractor certifies that it is not in default on an educational loan as provided in 5 Illinois Compiled Statutes 385/3. (5 ILCS 385/3). Bid Rigging/Rotation: The Contractor certifies that it has not been barred from contracting with a unit of State or local government as a result of a violation of Section 33E-3 or 33E-4 or the Criminal Code of 1961. (720 ILCS 5/33) Revolving Door: The Contractor certifies that it is not in violation of the “Revolving Door” section of the Illinois Procurement Code. (30 ILCS 500/50-30) Collusion: The Contractor will report to the Illinois Attorney General and the Chief Procurement Officer any suspected collusion or other anti-competitive p...
Environmental Protection Act where environmental harm in terms of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (as amended by the Environment Act 1995) has been caused to any property belonging to any member of the Group over which the Security Agent has or will have a security interest pursuant to a Security Document, ensure that none of the Group is the "appropriate person" in terms of that Act who has caused or knowingly permitted that harm to occur and be aware both of the identity of the appropriate person and of that person's current financial condition;
Environmental Protection Act. The CONSULTANT certifies in accordance with 30ILCS 500/50-12 that the CONSULTANT is not barred from being awarded a contract under this Section. The CONSULTANT acknowledges that the MCDOT may declare the contract void if this certification is false. If any certification made by the CONSULTANT or term or condition in the AGREEMENT changes, the CONSULTANT must notify the MCDOT in writing within seven days.
Environmental Protection Act. 86/2000)The law is applied to waste dams and it is concerning the prevention of environmental pollution.
Environmental Protection Act. The Contractor certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a contract under 30 ILCS 500/50-12 and that the Contractor acknowledges that the Foundation may declare the contract void if the certification completed pursuant to this subsection is false. Debt Delinquency: The Contractor certifies that it, or any affiliate, is not barred from being awarded a contract under Section 30 ILCS 500/50-11 of the Illinois Procurement Code, as amended. Section 50-11 prohibits any bidder from submitting a bid or entering into a contract with a State agency if that bidder knows or should have known that it, or any affiliate, is delinquent in the payment of any debt to the State as defined by the Debt Collection Board. Section 50-12 prohibits a person from entering into a contract with a State agency if it, or any affiliate, has failed to collect and remit Illinois Use Tax on all sales of tangible personal property into the State of Illinois in accordance with the provisions of the Illinois Use Tax Act. The contractor further acknowledges that the contracting State agency may declare the contract void if this certification is false or if the contractor, or any affiliate, is determined to be delinquent in the payment of any debt to the State during the term of the contract.
Environmental Protection Act. R.S.O. 1990, c. E.19, s. 168.7. For the National Round Table recommendations, see Cleaning Up the Past, Building the Future: A National Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy for Canada (Ottawa: National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, 2003) at p. 25.
Environmental Protection Act. This Act (Promulgated in State Gazette (SG), issue 91, dd. 25 September 2002, last amended in SG, issue 62, and dd. 14 August 2015) regulates the social relations with regard to:▪ Protection of the environment for the present and future generations and protection of human health;▪ Conservation of biological diversity in conformity with the natural biogeographic characteristics of Bulgaria;▪ The conservation and use of environmental assets;▪ The control and management of factors damaging the environment;▪ The exercise of control over the state of the environment and over the sources of pollution;▪ The prevention and limitation of pollution;▪ The establishment and management of the National Environmental Monitoring System;▪ Environmental strategies, programs and plans;▪ Collection of, and access to, environmental information;▪ The economic organization of environmental protection activities;▪ The rights and the obligations of the State, the municipalities, the juristic and natural persons in respect of environmental protection.
Environmental Protection Act or “EPA” means the Environmental Protection Act,
Environmental Protection Act. Bill 108 made minor amendments to the Environmental Protection Act (EPA), which provides for the protection and conservation of the natural environment through a variety of means, including prohibitions on contaminations, compliance approvals for permitting exemptions to contamination, provisions regarding contaminated sites, and provisions intended to address climate change. The main changes to the Act include expanding a provincial officer’s power to seize the number plates of a vehicle used in the commission of an offense under environmental Acts and broadening the application of administrative penalties under the EPA. The province has noted that the intent of these changes is to better enable front-line provincial officers to take action against the illegal movement of soils and effectively hold polluters accountable. It is noted that two proposed regulatory changes accompany the legislative changes to the EPA: a new excess soil regulation and an update to the Record of Site Condition regulation. An overview of these proposed changes was provided in a previous staff Report No. PW 2018-24 and County staff are continuing to monitor the progress of these proposed amendments. Conclusions County staff appreciate the Province’s willingness to undertake a broad legislative review for the purposes of identifying ways to improve the supply and affordability of housing in the Province. However, we are concerned that a number of the changes introduced through Bill 108 and associated regulations could have a substantial impact on municipal processes and decision Report No: CP 2019-273 COMMUNITY PLANNINGCouncil Date: October 9, 2019 making with respect to land use planning, finance and the environment, without any clear benefit in terms of improving the supply and affordability of housing.To ensure the Province was made aware of these concerns within the short commenting time frame provided, staff have submitted a number of comments (as outlined in this report) on behalf of the County. These comments indicated that, if any revisions or additions to the comments should arise from subsequent review with County Council, those would be forwarded to the Province under separate cover. Therefore, if Council should have any additional concerns that they feel need to be communicated to the Province, they can be compiled and forwarded to the Province following consideration of this report.A key focus of the County’s comments is that the Province provide further clarification...

Related to Environmental Protection Act

  • Environmental Protection Borrower shall not, and shall not permit any of its Subsidiaries to, directly or indirectly (a) use (or permit any tenant to use) any of their respective Properties or assets for the handling, processing, storage, transportation, or disposal of any Hazardous Material, (b) generate any Hazardous Material in violation of Environmental Laws, (c) conduct any activity that is likely to cause a Release or threatened Release of any Hazardous Material in violation of Environmental Laws, or (d) otherwise conduct any activity or use any of their respective Properties or assets in any manner that is likely to violate any Environmental Law or create any Environmental Liabilities for which Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries would be responsible.

  • SAFETY AND HEALTH 15.1 The Council shall continue to make all reasonable provisions for the occupational safety and health of employees. The Council will welcome suggestions on the subject from the Association and the parties undertake to consult with a view to adopting and expeditiously carrying out reasonable procedures and techniques designed or intended to prevent or reduce the risk of employment injury.

  • Environmental, Health and Safety Contractor shall place the highest priority on health and safety and shall maintain a safe working environment during performance of the Work. Contractor shall comply, and shall secure compliance by its employees, agents, and subcontractors, with all applicable environmental, health, safety and security laws and regulations, and performance conditions in this Agreement. Compliance with such requirements shall represent the minimum standard required of Contractor. Contractor shall be responsible for examining all requirements and determine whether additional or more stringent environmental, health, safety and security provisions are required for the Work. Contractor agrees to utilize protective devices as required by applicable laws, regulations, and any industry or Contractor’s health and safety plans and regulations, and to pay the costs and expenses thereof, and warrants that all such persons shall be fit and qualified to carry out the Work.

  • OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH Section 1. The Labor-Management Committee established pursuant to Article XIX shall sit, from time to time, as an Occupational Safety and Health Committee.

  • Environmental, Health and Safety Matters Since the Prior Transaction Date, each of the Company and its Subsidiaries is in compliance with all Environmental, Health and Safety Requirements in connection with the ownership, use, maintenance or operation of its business or assets or properties, except where the failure to comply would not be material to the Company and its Subsidiaries, as a whole. Except as would not be material to the Company and its Subsidiaries, as a whole, there are no pending, or to the Knowledge of the Company, any threatened allegations by any Person that the properties or assets of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries are not, or in each case that its or their business has not been conducted, in compliance with all Environmental, Health and Safety Requirements. Except as would not be material to the Company and its Subsidiaries, as a whole, neither the Company nor any of its Subsidiaries has retained or assumed any Liability of any other Person under any Environmental, Health and Safety Requirements. To the Knowledge of the Company, except as would not be material to the Company and its Subsidiaries, as a whole, there are no past or present facts, circumstances or conditions that would reasonably be expected to give rise to any Liability of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries with respect to Environmental, Health and Safety Requirements.

  • Federal Water Pollution Control Act (1) The contractor agrees to comply with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.

  • Data Protection Act 7.1.1 The Supplier shall (and shall procure that its entire Staff) comply with any notification requirements under the DPA and both Parties will duly observe all their obligations under the DPA which arise in connection with the Contract.

  • Occupational Health and Safety Act The Employer, the Union and the employees agree to be bound by the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, S.N.S. 1996, c.7.