Metals Sample Clauses

Metals. Metal analyses were conducted on soil and groundwater. In only one case did the metals exceed the State TTLCs that classify soil as hazardous waste for disposal purposes (Marshack, 1988): refuse subsurface soil sample 7A had a detected value of 3000 ppm lead. Two prior Levin-Fricke subsurface soil samples (one panhandle and one non-refuse fill area) had detected elevated lead concentrations of 3800 ppm and 2000 ppm McLaren's groundwater analytic results for metals were consistent with Levine-Fricke's results. Although the water is brackish at the site, and therefore unsuitable for drinking, the metals detected in the shallow groundwater were generally below California's Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for drinking water (CDHS, 1989). Only a few metals slightly exceeded the MCLs. McLaren's surface water analytic results for metals did not demonstrate any elevated levels.
Metals. The maximum allowable concentration in milligrams per litre of metals shall be as stated in Table 2. Table 2 - Metals Element Maximum Allowable Concentrations Milligrams Per Litre Aluminium 10 Beryllium 0.2 Boron as B 1.0 Cadmium 0.05 Chromium (Total) 0.5 Cobalt 0.5 Copper 0.1 Iron 10 Lead 0.3 Manganese 0.4 Mercury 0.001 Molybdenum 0.05 Selenium 0.03 Silver 1 Nickel 0.5 Tin 0.5 Zinc 0.3 Total Heavy Metals (not including Iron) 10
Metals. If no agreement is reached at Step Two of the grievance procedure, the Plant Chair- person may appeal the grievance to 'the Manager of Employee Relations, not later than three working days after the disposition at Step Two The grievance will then be discussed at the grievance meeting held between the Plant Com- mittee and the Company within five working days of the receipt of such appeal. It is agreed that the local National Representative, or his designate, may be present at Step Three (3) of the grievance procedure. Within five (5) work- ing days after the meeting between the parties, the Director of Human Resources, or his representative, shall personally render a decision, properly dated and in writing, to the Plant Chairperson. THREE (3) If no agreement is reached at Step Two of the grievance procedure, the Plant Chair- person may appeal the grievance to the Manager of Employee Relations, not later than three (3) working days after the disposition at Step Two The grievance will then be discussed at the grievance meeting held between the Plant Committee (Plant Chairperson, Committeeperson and one other son where required) and the Company within five
Metals. 1. Furnish and erect all columns, beams, bar joists, and metal decking as required
Metals. A. Partition framework, except as otherwise indicated, shall be of 4” nominal stud construction.
Metals. The Metals Adjustment shall be calculated and applied separately for all Products ordered for delivery during each Period using the business day immediately preceding the date Federal releases the Binding Order as the measuring date (“Measuring Date”). The Product Price will apply to all Binding Orders and Additional Orders for Products ordered for delivery during the entire applicable Period.
Metals b. Contingency plans that provide detailed methods for dealing with contaminated soil and groundwater encountered during investigation (i.e., geotechnical borings and archaeological inventory survey trenches) and construction (i.e., utility relocation, mass grading, and drilling foundation shafts for the guideway). c. Direction on how the discovery of certain subsurface structures (i.e., underground storage tank, septic tank, and fuel pipeline) will be managed. d. Flowcharts of activities for given situations (i.e., management of contaminated soil recovered from a geotechnical boring and discovery of an underground storage tank). e. Provide standards, consistent with permits requirements, for the following tasks that may be performed during implementation of the various contingency plans: i. Methods and procedures of contaminated material removal, staging, and storage, plus equipment to be used. ii. Methods and procedures for the transportation, disposal, and off-site treatment of contaminated materials, in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including the identification of haul routes, disposal and treatment facilities, and the use of certified, licensed transporters . iii. Decontamination procedures. iv. Sampling and analysis procedures. f. Procedures for documenting and reporting to HART and HOOH encounters with and/or releases of hazardous or contaminated substances. Oeliverables: 1. Parent (project-wide) Environmental Hazard Evaluation and Environmental Hazard Management Plan (EHE-EHMP), Revisions and Final. 2. Addenda to the Parent EHE-EHMP for site-specific contamination. 3. Site-specific EHE-EHMPs as required prior to the approval of the Parent EHE-EHMP. 3.0 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RELATED REPORTING The CONSULTANT shall prepare and submit Release Notification Reports as necessary. When a HART Contractor encounters suspected hazardous materials (i.e. contaminated soil) in the field during the course of their work it is to be reported to the HDOH-HEER Office as a release via a phone call within 24-hours of encountering the suspect material. However, if a release was previously reported in the vicinity of a new fmd and the material encountered appears to be related (same contaminants and same release) to that observed and reported previously the new discovery can be managed under the previously reported release. Within 30 days of reporting each release, a Release Notification Report must be submitted to HOOH-HEER Off...
Metals. The Licensee shall monitor between 18 and 22 locations four times each year (seasonally), for metals necessary for determining water quality. The developed marinas (Bidwell and Lime Saddle) shall be included in the locations, along with sites to be specified in Lake Oroville, the Diversion Pool, Thermalito Forebay, Thermalito Afterbay, the Low Flow Channel, Mile Long Pond, and the Feather River at the southern boundary of the Project. Additional monitoring shall occur at both marinas one time each month during the recreation season (June -September) and one time after the first three significant storm eve nts. Metals shall be analyzed and reported as total concentrations and dissolved fractions for aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, iron, lead, manganese, nickel, selenium, silver, zinc, and mercury; in addition, total hardness shall be analyzed for each sampling location.