Pumping Sample Clauses

Pumping. The cargo shall be pumped out of the vessel at the expense of the vessel. All overtime of officers and crew incurred in discharging shall be for account of the vessel.
Pumping. The Owners of any Lot which includes or is adjacent to a pond, creek, bay head, drainage area or other body of water shall not draw down said body of water by pumping or draining therefrom.
Pumping. Seller warrants that the Vessel is capable of maintaining an average loading pressure of 100 psi at the ship’s rail during transfer, provided that the discharge terminal facilities permit and excluding time for tank stripping. If the Vessel fails to meet the aforementioned criteria, the excess time consumed in pumping Cargo shall not count as used laytime. An additional three hours shall be added to the pumping time for each additional discharge Terminal or Product.
Pumping. Owner warrants that throughout the charter period, the vessel shall discharge entire homogeneous cargo within 24 hours or pro-rata if a part cargo is loaded, including time for stripping, but excluding time for COW (8 hour additional allowance for all tanks or pro rate if not all tanks), or maintain 100 psi (except during stripping and COW) at ship’s rail provided shore facilities can permit same. Should vessel fail to maintain the warranted rate of discharge throughout as aforesaid, Charterers shall deduct the excess of discharge time, plus excess bunkers consumed, from the hire. Should it become necessary to withdraw the vessel from berth because of her failure to maintain the discharge rate, all time and expenses incurred are to be for Owner’s account until vessel re-berth and is securely moored and her gangway, if to be used, is in place.
Pumping. Groundwater pumpage shall be defined and assigned, as applicable, according to TWDB water-use categories: industrial (manufacturing), power, mining, irrigation, municipal, livestock, and rural domestic (county other). It is the project manager’s responsibility to evaluate the pumping data from the TWDB water use survey and adjust them, if necessary, so that the groundwater pumping is simulated correctly by the model. Project managers should document why and how the adjustment is made. For density flow models, it is recommended that the project manager make an effort to collect total dissolved solids (or surrogate) data corresponding to brackish groundwater pumping for density dependent flow models as it may be helpful in calibrating the model. Project managers are also required to retain regional water planning water user group (WUG) identification fields throughout data processing and the spatial assignment of pumpage, as much as possible. Standardized water user group identification fields and data that shall be retained include:  WUG_ID—water user group identification number  WUG_NAME—water user group name  DATA_CAT—water user group category  WUG_RWPG—water user group regional water planning group  WUG_COUNTY_NAME—water user group county name  WUG_BASIN_NAME—water user group surface water basin name  CITY_ID—city identification number  WUG_COUNTY_ID—water user group county identification  WUG_BASIN_ID—water user group surface water basin identification
Pumping. In loading tow or barge, the cargo shall be pumped into the cargo tanks of the tow or barge by Terminal and at Terminal’s expense. Such pumping shall be at Terminal’s risk and peril only to the point at which the tow’s or barge’s hoses are attached to Terminal’s lines, or if the tow’s or barge’s hose are not used, to the permanent hose connection of such tow or barge. In unloading tow or barge, the cargo shall be pumped into the storage tank, of the receiving Terminals by the tow or barge and at tow’s or barge’s expense. Such pumping shall be at Terminal’s risk and peril from the point at which the tow’s or barge’s hoses are attached to Terminal’s lines, or if the tow’s or barge’s hoses are not used, to the permanent hose connection of such tow or barge.
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  • Bumping ‌ It is agreed that in instances where a job is eliminated, either by automation or change in method of operation, employees affected shall have the right to transfer to a job in line with seniority provided such transfer does not effect a promotion and provided, further, the employee possesses the ability to perform the duties of the new job. Employees affected by such rearrangement of jobs shall similarly transfer to jobs in line with seniority and ability. A transfer under this section shall not be deemed to effect a promotion unless it results in an increase in the pay rate of the transferring employee in excess of three percent of his/her existing pay rate. The unions will recommend to their membership that they facilitate and expedite the job selection, placement and bumping process in the context of downsizing and labour adjustment generally. Accordingly, employees exercising a right to bump must advise the Employer of their intention to bump within seven days of receipt of the Employer's current seniority list.

  • Anti-dumping 1. A Party shall not apply anti-dumping measures as provided for under Article VI of the GATT 1994 and the WTO Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 in relation to products originating in another Party.

  • Illegal Dumping The Contractor shall ensure that it and all of its Subcontractors and assigns prevent illegal dumping of litter in accordance with Title 5, Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 365.

  • Migration MCK shall provide all requisite assistance as is reasonably requested by NewCo in order to migrate the Services from MCK’s personnel, facilities and environment to NewCo’s (or its designee’s) personnel, facilities and environment, provided, that, other than as expressly set forth in the Service Schedule, NewCo shall be responsible for all third-party costs incurred by MCK and its Affiliates to migrate such Services and, provided further, that, NewCo shall be responsible for all costs associated with operational decisions made by NewCo for its set-up costs and costs to procure items (e.g., selection of Customer Relationship Management software). For the avoidance of doubt, NewCo will be responsible for migration to any new NewCo Data Center, including design, implementation and testing. MCK will provide reasonable support in such efforts. MCK will provide to NewCo an electronic copy in the then-current format of all data that is owned by NewCo (a) a written description of processes and procedures used by MCK in connection with the provision of Services to the Core MTS Business to the extent such descriptions exist, (b) a written description of all system documentation, architecture diagrams and business process diagrams for the systems, processes and controls used in the Core MTS Business to the extent such descriptions exist and (c) written training and onboarding materials used in the Core MTS Business to the extent such materials exist. In addition, MCK will, upon NewCo’s reasonable request, make available knowledgeable MCK personnel for knowledge transfer and discussion at a mutually agreed upon time with respect to the Services and the processes, procedures and systems used in the provision of the Services. The parties will meet in person to establish, within two (2) weeks following the Closing Date, a planning process for the migration of the Services from MCK’s personnel, facilities and environment to NewCo’s (or its designee’s) personnel, facilities and environment. During such meetings, the parties will identify workstreams and workstream leaders, staff project teams for each workstream, identify roles and responsibilities for project team members and create a project charter that will serve collectively as the basis for developing more detailed timelines and specific deliverables for each of the workstreams. At a minimum, there will be a workstream for each functional area that is the subject of Schedules. Each workstream will report to the Project Managers. The parties will meet (in person or by telephone) as often as is reasonably necessary to develop such detailed timelines and specific deliverables for each workstream.

  • Retrenchment At any time during an individual’s service, the individual may be subject to retrenchment in accordance with the provisions of Article 22 of the Agreement. In such cases, the notice provisions and all other terms of that article shall apply, anything above to the contrary notwithstanding.

  • 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:

  • Irrigation The City shall provide water to the Premises for the purpose of irrigating the facility. The City specifically reserves the right to restrict water usage under this Agreement if water restrictions are placed on other water users within the City. Prior to the start of the season, City will provide charge up and run through the automatic irrigation systems to check for proper operation. City will provide Lessee with a radio for remote operation of the irrigation system, which Lessee shall use for the day to day maintenance, repair, and monitoring of the irrigation system. If the radio is lost, stolen, broken, or is rendered unusable, Lessee shall pay $1500 for the replacement radio. City is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the following irrigation elements, to the extent applicable: curb stops, backflow prevention devices, backflow enclosures, main line pipings, electric control valves, and controllers. Lessee shall notify Parks Division Water managers by email if any of these irrigation elements are malfunctioning or broken.

  • Recycling If this Agreement provides for the purchase or use of goods specified in PCC 12207 (for example, certain paper products, office supplies, mulch, glass products, lubricating oils, plastic products, paint, antifreeze, tires and tire-derived products, and metal products), this section is applicable with respect to those goods. Without limiting the foregoing, if this Agreement includes (i) document printing, (ii) parts cleaning, or (iii) janitorial and building maintenance services, this section is applicable. Contractor shall use recycled products in the performance of this Agreement to the maximum extent doing so is economically feasible. Upon request, Contractor shall certify in writing under penalty of perjury, the minimum, if not exact, percentage of post consumer material as defined in the PCC 12200, in such goods regardless of whether the goods meet the requirements of PCC 12209. With respect to printer or duplication cartridges that comply with the requirements of PCC 12156(e), the certification required by this subdivision shall specify that the cartridges so comply.

  • 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.

  • Sprinklers 29. Anything elsewhere in this lease to the contrary notwithstanding, if the New York Board of Fire Underwriters or the Insurance Services Office or any bureau, department or official of the federal, state or city government require or recommend the installation of a sprinkler system or that any changes, modifications, alterations, or additional sprinkler heads or other equipment be made or supplied in an existing sprinkler system by reason of Tenant's business, or the location of partitions, trade fixtures, or other contents of the demised premises, or for any other reason, or if any such sprinkler system installations, changes, modifications, alterations, additional sprinkler heads or other such equipment become necessary to prevent the imposition of a penalty or charge against the full allowance for a sprinkler system in the fire insurance rate set by any said Exchange or by any fire insurance company. Tenant shall, at Tenant's expense, promptly make such sprinkler system installations, changes, modifications, alterations, and supply additional sprinkler heads or other equipment as required whether the work involved shall be structural or non-structural in nature, Tenant shall pay to Owner as additional rent the sum of $ , on the first day of each month during the term of this lease, as Tenant's portion of the contract price for sprinkler supervisory service. HEAT, CLEANING: