Odor Sample Clauses

Odor. Should the property possess any lingering odor, which may include, but is not limited to pet, smoke, or odors associated with food preparation after resident has vacated the property, Resident will be charged for all costs associated with mitigating such odor. This may include, but is not limited to, painting costs, carpet replacement, vent cleaning, cleaning with special odor reducing chemicals and cleaning agents, or use of an ozone machine.
Odor. Tenant shall not create nor permit to be caused or created upon the Premises any obnoxious odors or smokes or noxious gases or vapors which would constitute a real nuisance; provided, however, that fumes resulting from the normal operations of vehicles or normal business operation shall be excepted from this provision, unless same constitutes a legal nuisance or otherwise prohibited by applicable Jaw.
Odor. The Contractor shall maintain collection equipment that is owned by the Contractor as to prevent the odors. The Contractor shall routinely clean collection equipment.
Odor. Party B shall not produce, penetrate or leak into the Premises or permit to produce, penetrate or leak into the Premises any gases or odors which Party A deems objectionable, unusual, poisonous or harmful.
Odor. Operator shall mitigate odors by routing to closed loop systems to the maximum extent practicable. Odor emitting from Well Sites must be controlled safely and within a reasonable time. If a person living in a Residential Building Unit within 1,320 feet of a Well Site complains of odor, Operator shall determine whether the odor is caused by Operator’s Operations. If the odor is caused by Operator’s Operations, Operator shall resolve the odor concern to the maximum extent practical within 24 hours. Operator shall wipe down drill pipe each time the drilling operation “trips” out of hole. Operator shall comply with COGCC Rule 805 and CDPHE Regulation 2. 37. Events or Incidents. Any COGCC Form 22 or OSHA reportable injuries, accident or natural event involving a fire, explosion or detonation must be reported to the City within 24 hours. A copy will be provided. In the event of a fire, explosion or need for emergency services response, 911 must be called. The process must be depicted in the Emergency Response Plan. The Operator may satisfy the informational requirements specified here by providing the City with a copy of the notice and any subsequent accident report provided to the COGCC under rule COGCC Rule 602.b. 38. Spills. Operator shall notify the City of any spill of any material on permeable ground on the Well Sites that has a reportable spill quantity under any applicable law. The Operator shall also provide the City with a copy of any self-reporting submissions that Operator provides to the COGCC due to any spills at the Well Sites.
Odor. At no point on or beyond the boundary of the leasehold Premises shall any odorous gases or other odorous matter resulting from any operation, activity or use be detectable.
Odor. Lessee warrants proposed facility operations will emit no outside odor which would be in violation of any municipal, state, or federal regulations. Lessee shall be solely liable for compliance to all codes and regulations, with no offset rights against lease.
Odor. Odor of cannabis or alcohol upon the person.
Odor. Applicant is aware of the odor associated with its business. In the event Applicant’s business creates an odor that is sufficient to disturb any neighbor, the Applicant will take all available steps to mitigate this issue.
Odor. The release of materials capable of becoming odorous either by bacterial decomposition or chemical reaction shall meet the standards of the district in which the odor is created. Odor thresholds shall be determined in accordance with ASTM D 1391-57, “Standard Method for Measurement of Odor in Atmospheres (Dilution Method)” or its equivalent.