Fresh Water Sample Clauses

Fresh Water. Either (i) raw fresh water or (ii) a mixture of raw fresh water and Treated Waste Water.
Fresh Water. Either (i) (A) raw fresh water taken by Antero Water from the Take Points or its other sources of raw fresh water and (B) water remaining after treatment of waste water at the Treatment Facility, or a mixture of (A) and (B), or (ii) a mixture of raw fresh water and/or water remaining after treatment at the Treatment Facility and Treated Waste Water.
Fresh Water. The Vessel when delivered to Time Charterer shall be equipped with a salt water evaporator which is capable of making sufficient water to supply the Vessel's domestic needs, and which Sub-Bareboat Charterer shall maintain in good operating condition after taking into account the age of the Vessel.
Fresh Water. “I favour testing at different places because you can’t always predict what the most challenging feature of a location will be,” Ms. Cangelosi said. “In the case of four times a year with the other committee members and become readily available if needed other- wise. The same goes for high-rank- ing management from American Steamship Company, Canada Steamship Lines and Fednav. Many other Green Marine participants also play an active role in discus- sions. “I am very grateful to the Green Marine members being among all those participating on the GSI Advisory Committee,” Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, director of envi- ronmental projects for the North- east-Midwest Institute and princi- pal investigator of the institute’s GSI, told Green Marine Magazine. “It’s so important to have different fleets and ports represented. We’re aiming to be effective in a very changeable environment in which the technical aspects of ships and biological elements of marine life are no small matters.” Green Marine partner Lloyd’s Register North America and Green Marine supporter Great Lakes United also currently serve on the GSI Advisory Committee. (Other Green Marine participants, namely the Saint Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Devel- opment Corporation and the St. Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Management Corporation, are ex-officio com- mittee members.) While Green Marine in no way directs what these representatives say or do regarding GSI, their involvement in both initiatives bol- sters information exchange and avoids duplicating efforts. “Green Marine and GSI are distinct but fit together nicely,” said Green Marine chair Xxx Xxxxxxxx. “Green Marine builds support for initiatives such as GSI, and GSI implements objec- tives set out by Green Marine.” TESTING CONCEPTS GSI has a busy summer and autumn planned testing different ballast-water treatment concepts to determine whether they eliminate AIS from ballast water and whether they are or become non- toxic after they’ve done their job. “We’re also setting up land- based testing for technology approved by the International Maritime Organization in Europe or elsewhere to validate whether the IMO’s testing protocols fare as well here within our continent’s fresh water,” Ms. Cangelosi said. ozone-based treatments, for exam- ple, there is more concern about toxic residuals in salt water than in fresh water. On the other hand, the performance of other technologies could be affected by how much organic compound exists in the water, as well as the water temper- ature and ot...
Fresh Water. Lessee will connect a working Fresh Water Line to 403 EATS Water Source to properly fill their fresh water tanks when necessary. Lessee shall not keep their Fresh Water Line attached to 403 EATS Water Source. When Lessee’s fresh water tanks are full, Lessee shall disconnect from 403 EATS Water Source per the Xxxxxx County Public Health Environmental Health Services under Mobile Food Service Rules and Regulations. Line should be stored out of public view. Lessee will not be charged an additional water usage fee as it is included in the Daily Rent. Each truck must have its own working line.

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  • Electric Storage Resources Developer interconnecting an electric storage resource shall establish an operating range in Appendix C of its LGIA that specifies a minimum state of charge and a maximum state of charge between which the electric storage resource will be required to provide primary frequency response consistent with the conditions set forth in Articles 9.5.5,,, and of this Agreement. Appendix C shall specify whether the operating range is static or dynamic, and shall consider (1) the expected magnitude of frequency deviations in the interconnection; (2) the expected duration that system frequency will remain outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (3) the expected incidence of frequency deviations outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (4) the physical capabilities of the electric storage resource; (5) operational limitations of the electric storage resources due to manufacturer specification; and (6) any other relevant factors agreed to by the NYISO, Connecting Transmission Owner, and Developer. If the operating range is dynamic, then Appendix C must establish how frequently the operating range will be reevaluated and the factors that may be considered during its reevaluation. Developer’s electric storage resource is required to provide timely and sustained primary frequency response consistent with Article of this Agreement when it is online and dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. This excludes circumstances when the electric storage resource is not dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or dispatched to receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. If Developer’s electric storage resource is charging at the time of a frequency deviation outside of its deadband parameter, it is to increase (for over-frequency deviations) or decrease (for under-frequency deviations) the rate at which it is charging in accordance with its droop parameter. Developer’s electric storage resource is not required to change from charging to discharging, or vice versa, unless the response necessitated by the droop and deadband settings requires it to do so and it is technically capable of making such a transition.

  • Air and Water Subrecipient agrees to comply with the following regulations in so far as they apply to the performance of this Contract: Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C., 1857, et seq. Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251, et seq. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations pursuant to 00 XXX 00 xxx 00 XXX 00.

  • Energy 1. Cooperation shall take place within the principles of the market economy and the European Energy Charter, against a background of the progressive integration of the energy markets in Europe.

  • Water Provide hot water for lavatory purposes and cold water for drinking, lavatory and toilet purposes.

  • WATERBEDS The Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Shall have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises. ☐ - Shall not have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises.

  • Pipelines Developer shall have no interest in the pipeline gathering system, which gathering system shall remain the sole property of Operator or its Affiliates and shall be maintained at their sole cost and expense.

  • Electric If Customer has selected an Electricity Fixed Rate on the Application, Customer’s Price will be based on the Fixed Rate(s) which includes Local and State taxes, Gross Receipts Tax (GRT), PJM Adjustment (defined below) charges and adjustments and Utility applied charges and/or fees related to generation, plus the Administration Charge, which includes, Electricity Balancing Amount and third party utility and billing charges. Customer understands and agrees that included in the Administration Charge is the cost of the Energy Balancing Amount (defined below). Customer understands that in order for RITERATE ENERGY to be able to supply Energy to its existing and prospective customers, RITERATE ENERGY enters into supply arrangements to meet the forecasted consumption of its various groups of customers. These forecasts are based on historical data, load shapes and/or estimates. To the extent that actual pooled consumption of RITERATE ENERGY’s Energy customers varies from supply arrangements and/or Customer’s Utility delivery requirements, RITERATE ENERGY incurs a cost in balancing and settling its supply arrangements with such pooled consumption. To ensure a fixed all-inclusive Rate, RITERATE ENERGY has included in the Administration charge, the Energy Balancing Amount, to balance and settle the variance between pooled consumption and supply arrangements (the “Energy Balancing Amount”). In respect of Electricity, Customer understands that there are certain estimated pass through costs, made up of charges to RITERATE ENERGY by the PJM Interconnection (“PJM”) and/or Customer’s Utility, including but not limited to ancillary service charges, the cost of unaccounted for electricity, capacity charges and any replacement or recharacterization of these charges. In this regard, the “PJM Adjustment”, is included in the Fixed Price Rate. Customer acknowledges and agrees that by entering into this Agreement, Customer will not be eligible to receive any net metering credits and other incentives to which Customer would otherwise be entitled. Further, included in the Rate are the amounts charged or billed to RITERATE ENERGY or Customer by Customer’s Utility, the PUC or any other regulatory or government entity, including any taxes, delivery, regulated transmission, regulated distribution, pipeline, compressor fuel, uplift, congestion, locational marginal pricing, invoice market participant, service, billing, or similar or related changes and any, deposits, interest or late payment fees or other amounts in connection with the supply and delivery of Energy to the Premises (collectively, “Regulatory Charges”). Customer agrees to pay the monthly Administration charge for Energy supply (the “Administration” charge).

  • Stormwater Notwithstanding any other provisions or terms of this Agreement, Company acknowledges that certain properties within the Premises or on Authority-owned land are subject to stormwater rules and regulations. Company agrees to observe and abide by such stormwater rules and regulations as may be applicable to the Premises, and, if applicable, Company hereby expressly covenants, warrants, and represents to Authority, in connection with Company’s operations on the Premises, the following:

  • Drainage  Prevent silt bearing road surface and ditch runoff from delivering sediment to any streams or wetlands.  Maintain rolling dips and drivable waterbars as needed to keep them functioning as intended.  Maintain headwalls to the road shoulder level with material that will resist erosion.  Maintain energy dissipaters at culvert outlets with non-erodible material or rock.  Keep ditches, culverts, and other drainage structures clear of obstructions and functioning as intended.  Inspect and clean culverts at least monthly, with additional inspections during storms and periods of high runoff. This shall be done even during periods of inactivity. Preventative Maintenance  Perform preventative maintenance work to safeguard against storm damage, such as blading to ensure correct runoff, ditch and culvert cleaning, and waterbar maintenance.

  • Infrastructure (a) Each Loan Party has and will maintain a sufficient infrastructure to conduct its business as presently conducted and as contemplated to be conducted following its execution of this Agreement.