Fresh Water Sample Clauses

Fresh Water. Either (i) raw fresh water or (ii) a mixture of raw fresh water and Treated Waste Water.
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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. “I favour testing at different places because you can’t always predict what the most challenging feature of a location will be,” Ms. Xxxxxxxxx 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 Xxxxx’x 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. Xxxxxxxxx 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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