Exceedances Sample Clauses

Exceedances a. If data collected from the Agreed or Alternative Monitoring Program shows an exceedance of the standard described in Section 4.1 at the Compliance Point Location, California American Water shall provide notice of such exceedance to all Parties and the Commission no more than ten (10) days following the collection of the data showing the exceedance. Promptly upon determining that an exceedance has occurred California American Water shall perform a thorough review to determine if the exceedance was caused entirely by a factor or factors other than the Project’s normal brine discharge, such as but not limited to erroneous measurement or temporary or unusual circumstance related to plant operations or the marine environment, such that the exceedance should be excused. This review shall consider all relevant data, including without limitation brine discharge operational data, Salinity data from all four Monitoring Locations, the vertical profile data from all four Monitoring Locations, any re-calibration of the Salinity probes, and the duration of the exceedance. California American Water may, at its sole discretion, take additional measurements of Salinity or other brine constituents as a part of its review.
Exceedances. In the event that the Company or any McCain Family Party (as the case may be) becomes aware:
Exceedances. Table 3-1 below shows which wells sampled exhibited exceedances in select parameters. E265123 and E265125 exceeded the CSR DW limit for lithium for all quarterly sampling events.. Historically, the 2019 results for these wells also showed consistent lithium exceedances, when compared to the applicable standards (CSR DW limit = 0.008 mg/L). The maximum concentration of lithium was detected at E265123 in April 2020 with a concentration of 0.140mg/L versus the BC CSR DW standard of 0.008mg/L. This is approximately 17.5 times above the DW standard. Fluoride concentrations at E265125 also exceeded the CSR DW limit in all quarters. Historically, the 2019 fluoride results for E265125 also showed concentrations above the applicable DW standard. The maximum concentration of fluoride at E265125 was 2.25mg/L in July 2020 versus the BC CSR DW standard of 1.50mg/L. Regional District of East KootenaySolid Waste Facility Monitoring Program 2020-2025 PRJ20050ANNUAL REPORTAll other parameters tested were below applicable BC CSR AW and DW standards. Table 3-1. Maximum Parameter Concentrations Above BC CSR DW Standards Parameter Table 3-2. Maximum Parameter Concentrations Above BC CSR AW Standards Parameter (b) - Limit dependent upon hardness The CSR AW Limit for fluoride is 2.0 mg/L at a hardness of less than 50 mg/L, and 3.0 mg/L at a hardness of greater than or equal to 50 mg/L. As the hardness at well E265125 was less than 50 mg/L, the limit of2.0 mg/L of fluoride applies.

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  • Uncontrollable Forces 12.1 Section 14.1 of the CAISO Tariff shall be incorporated by reference into this Agreement except that all references in Section 14.1 of the CAISO Tariff to Market Participants shall be read as a reference to the Scheduling Coordinator and references to the CAISO Tariff shall be read as references to this Agreement.

  • Mileage Measurement Where required, the mileage measurement for LIS rate elements is determined in the same manner as the mileage measurement for V&H methodology as outlined in NECA Tariff No. 4.

  • Outputs Analogue and digital outputs of protected content are allowed if they meet the requirements in this section and if they are not forbidden elsewhere in this Agreement..

  • Step 3 i. The employer shall review the particulars of the complaint as provided by the complainant pursuant to Article E.2.3.b.i. The employer may request further particulars from the complainant. Upon the conclusion of such a review, the employer shall:

  • Deviations Deviations from the drawings and the dimensions therein given, whether or not error is believed to exist, shall be made only after written authority is obtained from the County, and shall be documented within the Detailed Scope of Work for the specific Job Order.

  • Threshold No Indemnitee shall be entitled to indemnification pursuant to Section 9.2(a)(i) or Section 9.2(d)(i) until such time as the total amount of all Damages that have been directly or indirectly suffered or incurred by any one or more of the Indemnitees, or to which any one or more of the Indemnitees has or have otherwise become subject, exceeds […***…] (the “Threshold”) in the aggregate. Furthermore, if the total amount of such Damages exceeds the Threshold, then any Indemnitee that has suffered or incurred any Damages shall be entitled to be held harmless, indemnified against and compensated, reimbursed and paid for only such Damages which exceed the Threshold; provided, however, that Damages directly or indirectly resulting from or arising out of fraud, willful breach or intentional misrepresentation, any amounts due in connection with the purchase and sale of the Working Capital or any failure of the Fundamental Representations to be true and correct shall not be subject to the Threshold.

  • Corrective Measures If the Participating Generator fails to meet or maintain the requirements set forth in this Agreement and/or the CAISO Tariff, the CAISO shall be permitted to take any of the measures, contained or referenced in the CAISO Tariff, which the CAISO deems to be necessary to correct the situation.

  • Planned Outages During the Delivery Term, Seller shall notify Buyer of its proposed Planned Outage schedule for the Project for the following calendar year by complying with [Section 3.4[(b)][(c)](iii)(A), (“Annual Forecast of Available Capacity”) and Section 3.4[(b)][(c)](iii)(B), (Monthly Forecast of Available Capacity”)] [Applies to intermittent facilities only] [3.4[(b)][(c)](iii)(A), (“Annual Forecast of Available Capacity”) and Section 3.4(b)(iii)(B), (Monthly Forecast of Available Capacity”)] [Applies to all facilities other than intermittent facilities] and implementing the notification procedures set forth in Appendix VI no later than July 1st of each year during the Delivery Term. Seller shall also notify Buyer of the proposed Planned Outage schedule for the Project by the earlier of ninety (90) days before the beginning of each month or forty-five (45) days before Buyer’s monthly Resource Adequacy capacity showing must be completed in accordance with the CAISO Tariff or decision of the CPUC. The Planned Outage schedule is subject to Buyer’s approval, which approval may not be unreasonably withheld or conditioned. Seller shall also confirm or provide updates to Buyer regarding the Planned Outage by the earlier of fourteen (14) days prior to each Planned Outage or two (2) Business Days prior to the CAISO deadline for submitting Planned Outages. Seller shall not conduct Planned Outages during the months of January, May through September, and December. During all other months, Seller shall not schedule Planned Outages without the prior written consent of Buyer, which consent may not be unreasonably withheld or conditioned. Seller shall contact Buyer with any requested changes to the Planned Outage schedule if Seller believes the Project must be shut down to conduct maintenance that cannot be delayed until the next scheduled Planned Outage consistent with Good Utility Practices. Seller shall not change its Planned Outage schedule without Buyer’s approval, not to be unreasonably withheld or conditioned. Subject to Section 3.7(a), after any Planned Outage has been scheduled, at any time up to the commencement of work for the Planned Outage, Buyer may direct that Seller change its outage schedule as ordered by CAISO. For non-CAISO ordered changes to a Planned Outage schedule requested by Buyer, Seller shall notify Buyer of any incremental costs associated with such schedule change and an alternative schedule change, if any, that would entail lower incremental costs. If Buyer agrees to pay the incremental costs, Seller shall use commercially reasonable efforts to accommodate Buyer’s request.