Recycled Water Sample Clauses

Recycled Water. The project will utilize recycled water provided by the City and will connect to the City’s system. When recycled water becomes available, recycled water will be utilized to irrigate common areas such as parks and landscape areas, including recreational areas, unless the City waives the requirement. Until such time, City potable water shall be utilized via dedicated landscape connections at these sites. Recycled water mains shall be installed in conjunction with the installation of water and sewer facilities needed for common area landscaped areas in this project. Onsite irrigation shall be installed according to State requirements for recycled water irrigation systems. Developers need not provide connections to the recycled water main for individual residential and commercial lots. The City agrees to impose a fee through a connection fee reimbursement agreement, or other mechanism, payable by any future developers of lots, other than Developers and its successors in interest, who later connect to the recycled water main provided by the project, in an amount equal to each such landowner or developer’s fair share of the cost of installing the recycled water main at sufficient capacity to serve such landowners or developers. Said fair share will be established by the connection formula for City costs of providing the recycled water treatment and delivery system. The reimbursement amount paid through the City to the Developers shall be based on the relative fair shares of the cost of installing the recycled water main within the development serving each lot owned by Developers and by future developers. The Developers shall also have the opportunity to request reimbursement for oversizing the pipeline to serve other developments based on the actual construction costs as established by invoices and other documents. The City shall have no obligation to reimburse Developers for any such costs beyond the amount of funds the City collects by these reimbursement fees, less City’s reasonable costs to establish and implement these reimbursement fees, and limited to fifteen (15) years from the date of execution of the reimbursement agreements. Given that full reimbursement of Developers cannot occur until after such future developers connect to this recycled water line, Developers acknowledges that it may not receive full reimbursement. Developers agree the City is not liable for any shortfall in reimbursement suffered by Developers.
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Recycled Water. Recycled water consists of treated wastewater generated at the City of Porterville’s Wastewater Treatment Facility and other treatment facilities within the Subbasin. Most of the water from subbasin facilities is delivered to crops in the area. In the case of the City of Porterville, the balance is allowed to infiltrate into the subsurface in recharge ponds located in the old Deer Creek channel. The volume of recycled water delivered to crops shall be measured using an in- line calibrated flow meter. Monthly water deliveries will be provided on an annual basis by the City of Porterville, community services districts, and public utility districts within the Subbasin.
Recycled Water. Groundwater recharge of recycled water occurs as artificial recharge and deep percolation of applied water as described in Section
Recycled Water. A. Recycled Water Provider Calpine/Bechtel has selected San Jxxx Municipal Water System (“MUNI”) as MEC’s recycled water provider. MEC shall pay usual and customary rates and charges for recycled water service, as may be established from time to time by the provider and normally charged to other users of recycled water.
Recycled Water. Should treated wastewater cease to be available for irrigation purposes, Water District agrees to supply an alternative source of water to County’s property at no additional cost to County, and such water will be supplied at the standard rate therefore.
Recycled Water. (A) The Parties acknowledge that the existing facilities of District with respect to the disposal of recycled water are inadequate to serve the future residents, owners, and occupants of the Property.
Recycled Water. LESSEE is encouraged to use recycled water, according to its permitted uses, if it becomes available and is cost effective for use at the Leased Premises. The types of crops that can be irrigated with recycled water depend on the level of treatment and water quality of the recycled water. Generally, crops for non- human consumption, such as irrigated fodder crops and alfalfa, can be irrigated with “secondary” recycled water. Crops for human consumption require higher levels of treatment and may be irrigated with “tertiary” recycled water. The use of recycled water is encouraged to offset potable and irrigation water supplies and to provide environmental benefits.
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Related to Recycled Water

  • Wastewater i.e. wastewater and storm water collection, treatment and management systems.

  • Recycled Materials Xxxxxxx County encourages the use of products made of recycled materials and shall give preference in purchasing to products made of recycled materials if the products meet applicable specifications as to quantity and quality. Xxxxxxx County will be the sole judge in determining product preference application.

  • GARBAGE DISPOSAL, RECYCLING, AND BIODEGRADABLE MATERIALS A. Concessionaire shall be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the Concession Premises. Concessionaire shall ensure placement of all garbage and trash generated by the Concession Operation in designated containers and that said containers are emptied daily, or as more frequently required by Department, at a location within the Area designated by Department. Disposal costs from this latter location shall be borne by Department. Concessionaire shall provide such additional trash containers as may be required to keep the immediate Concession Premises clean at all times. The type of trash containers provided by Concessionaire shall be approved by Department prior to use.

  • Receipt Points The Points of Receipt are listed in Appendix 2.

  • Storage The ordering agency is responsible for storage if the contractor delivers within the time required and the agency cannot accept delivery.

  • Transportation Charges The cost of transporting Employees and Material necessary for the Mining Operations.

  • Trash Tenant shall not allow anything to be placed on the outside of the Building, nor shall anything be thrown by Tenant out of the windows or doors, or down the corridors or ventilating ducts or shafts, of the Building. All trash and refuse shall be placed in receptacles provided by Landlord for the Building or by Tenant for the Premises.

  • Recyclable Materials “Recyclable Materials” means Solid Waste consisting of any material 371 which retains useful properties and can be reclaimed after the production or consumption process.

  • Transportation Allowance When an employee is required to travel to the Hospital or to return to her home as a result of reporting to or off work between the hours of hours, (other than reporting to or off work for her regular shift) or at any time while on standby, the Hospital will pay transportation costs either by taxi or by her own vehicle at the rate of thirty-five cents cents) per mile (to a maximum of fourteen dollars or such greater amount as the Hospital may in its discretion determine for each trip between the aforementioned hours. The employee will provide to the Hospital satisfactory proof of payment of such taxi fare.

  • Garbage The Concessionaire will contract directly with the service provider for adequate dumpster capacity and wildlife resistance. The Department must pre- approve the location of dumpsters and frequency of pick-ups. The Concessionaire will provide recycle bins for use by Park visitors.

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