Reservoirs Sample Clauses

Reservoirs. Tunnel Mt. Main Concrete Reservoir 5,000,000 imp. Gals Tunnel Mt. Elevated Steel Tank 25,000 imp. Gals Tunnel Mt. Concrete Reservoir 300,000 imp. gals Sulphur Mountain Concrete Reservoir 166,500 imp. gallons (more or less) Schedule “B” Article 4.2.3 amended 1995.08.14 Incorporation Agreement Amendment #1
Reservoirs. A substantial portion of the City’s work on reservoir projects entails the rehabilitation of existing structures. For these projects, HELIX conducts a preliminary assessment to determine if the Categorical Exemptions for minor modification of existing facilities and/or the repair or replacement of existing facilities are applicable—usually one or both of these exemptions is applicable to these projects. Examples of this include the HELIX- prepared Notices of Exemption for the repair/ rehabilitation of the City’s Fire Mountain, Guajome, and Morro Hills reservoirs. We have also helped the City evaluate potential new reservoir sites, and HELIX prepared an EIR Addendum addressing the potential construction of a new recycled water reservoir within the City’s El Corazon Specific Plan Area. Major Plant Automation Upgrades Project. HELIX prepared a CEQA Notice of Exemption for upgrades to the existing automation and SCADA system at three treatment plants and 34 locations within the City’s existing water and wastewater collection and distribution system.
Reservoirs. Santa Fe Irrigation District, Mechanical Dewatering Washwater Tank, Clearwell, and San Dieguito Dam Improvements City of San Diego Cast Iron Replacement City of Coronado Naval Costal Campus Pump Station and Force Main Project Irvine Ranch Water District Michelson Force Main Improvements Irvine Lake Pipeline, North Conversion Reservoir Project Golden State Water Company, 1st Avenue Bridge Main Replacement Irvine Ranch Water District 2014 Sewer Rehabilitation Project City of Garden Grove, Repair and Rehabilitation of 2,000 gpm Pump Station Pipeline / Design Replacement Pipeline Rehabilitation Pump & Lift Station Master Planning Reservoirs Water / Wastewater / Recycled Water Treatment Pure Water Pilot Studies Structural Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Civil / Drainage Engineering Permitting On Time/On Budget Oceanside Project Experience ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ The City is seeking a qualified firm to provide engineering services on an as-needed basis for water and sewer projects. As specific needs and requirements are established, the City will authorize individual task orders. Kleinfelder has assembled a team that will provide well-executed, quality task orders in an eficient and cost effective manner. Kleinfelder will be an advocate and steward of the City’s budget; ensuring judicious use of funds and managing and minimizing the risk factors that lead to escalated project costs and delays. Kleinfelder will deliver quality task orders while providing the best value for your budget. Kleinfelder is ready to deliver. We will provide: ■ An experienced and proven Project Manager well-established and successful in similar projects, including many as-needed contracts ■ A comprehensive team of technical experts to service all aspects of the contract including condition assessments, studies, processes, new design, rehabilitation and retrofit, energy optimization, and construction management on water and sewer projects ■ A local team with vast resourcesavailable and able to respond at a moment’s notice Kleinfelder has provided on-call professional services for several local municipalities similar to the City’s agreement. For example, our ability to provide as-needed services in a flexible and responsive manner while delivering a high quality work product was recognized by our current contract award with the City of San Diego for As- Needed Engineering C...
Reservoirs. Volume 1: Measurement Programs and Data Analysis”  Guidelines for “Volume 2: Modelling” to be launched at HYDRO 2015  Scoping underway for best practices in management and mitigation 68th REWP October 2015 13 Field  Tucuruí Balbina Serra da Mesa Xingó Três Marias Funil Segredo Itaipu  Santo Antônio Belo Monte Batalha Annex XIII: Hydropower and Fish Potential Damage Mechanisms for Fish Passing Through Hydro Turbines 68th REWP October 2015 Species of focusEels  lampreys  Salmonids in generalCatfish  Whole-of-community and prioritizations for research and protection Participating countriesNorway (lead): Hans-Petter Fjeldstad is the operating agentAustraliaBrazilFranceFinlandGermanyIcelandSwedenJapanLaosUnited States
Reservoirs. 8.5 Aquifer Recharge 8.5.1 Recharge Wells 8.5.2 Rapid Infiltration Basins ATTACHMENT "D" SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY CONTRACTS
Reservoirs. CUW307 Local Summit Reservoir Rehabilitation CUW310 Local New Northwest Reservoir CUW319 Local Hunters Point Reservoir Rehabilitation CUW334 Local Stanford Heights Reservoir Rehabilitation CUW335 Local Potrero Heights Reservoir Rehabiliation CUW337 Local Sutro Reservoir Rehabilitation Pump Stations/Tanks CUW306 Local Crocker Amazon Pump Station Upgrade CUW309 Local Lake Merced Pump Station Upgrade CUW314 Local La Grande Tank Upgrade CUW318 Local Forest Hill Tank Rehabilitation CUW320 Local Forest Hill Pump Station Upgrade CUW321 Local Forest Knoll Pump Station Upgrade CUW322 Local Lincoln Park Pump Station Upgrade CUW323 Local Alemany Pump Station Upgrade CUW324 Local Mount Davidson Pump Station Upgrade CUW326 Local Palo Alto Pump Station Upgrade CUW326 Local Sktview-AquaVista Pump Station Upgrade CUW327 Local Summit Pump Station Upgrade CUW328 Local McLaren #1 Tank Rehabilitation CUW329 Local Potrero Heights Tank Seismic Upgrade CUW330 Local Forest Knoll Tank Seismic Upgrade CUW331 Local Lincoln Park Tank Seismic Upgrade CUW332 Local McLaren #2 Tank Rehabilitation CUW333 Local Mount Davidson Tank Seismic Upgrade CUW338 Local La Grande Pump Station Upgrade CUW339 Local Potrero Heights Pump Station Upgrade CUW340 Local Vista Francisco Pump Station Upgrade ATTACHMENT L-1 IDENTIFICATION OF WSIP PROJECTS AS REGIONAL/RETAIL (Section 5.04) Project
Reservoirs. If Owner consents to the discharge of produced water but does not wish Operator to discharge any of its produced water into Owner’s existing reservoirs, Operator shall be solely responsible for finding a suitable water discharge location acceptable to Owner, building the necessary catchment structures (including pipelines, dikes, dams, and outlet piping) and maintaining the same at its sole cost, risk and expense. Similarly, if Operator requests and is granted permission to use any of Owner’s reservoirs, should any such reservoirs require modification, upgrading and/or improvement to be able to hold Operator’s produced water, any such modification, upgrading or improvement shall be done at Operator’s sole cost, risk and expense. Owner shall not be responsible for payment of any cost associated with Operator’s development activities which shall include, but not be limited to water discharge, catchment of produced water or maintenance of any related facilities.
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  • Trees City will provide maintenance to all trees on Premises, including hazardous tree removal, broken limb removal and corrective pruning. No tree shall be planted or removed without prior approval from the Parks Division.

  • Pipelines Developer shall have no interest in the pipeline gathering system, which gathering system shall remain the sole property of Operator or its Affiliates and shall be maintained at their sole cost and expense.

  • Underground Tanks If underground or other storage tanks storing Hazardous Materials located on the Premises or the Project are used by Tenant or are hereafter placed on the Premises or the Project by Tenant, Tenant shall install, use, monitor, operate, maintain, upgrade and manage such storage tanks, maintain appropriate records, obtain and maintain appropriate insurance, implement reporting procedures, properly close any underground storage tanks, and take or cause to be taken all other actions necessary or required under applicable state and federal Legal Requirements, as such now exists or may hereafter be adopted or amended in connection with the installation, use, maintenance, management, operation, upgrading and closure of such storage tanks.

  • Wetlands The Recipient agrees to facilitate compliance with the protections for wetlands addressed in Executive Order No. 11990, as amended, “Protection of Wetlands,” at 42 U.S.C. § 4321 note.

  • 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.

  • Water Hot water for lavatory purposes and cold water for drinking, lavatory and toilet purposes. It Tenant uses water for any purpose other than for ordinary lavatory and drinking purposes, Landlord may assess a reasonable charge for the additional water so used, or install a water meter and thereby measure Tenant’s water consumption for all purposes. In the latter event, Tenant shall pay the cost of the meter, the cost of installation, and the cost to maintain the equipment in good working order and repair. Tenant agrees to pay for water consumed, as shown on such meter, together with a sewer charge based on such meter charges, as and when bills are rendered, and in default of making such payment Landlord may pay such charges and collect the same from Tenant as an additional charge. All piping and other equipment and facilities required for use of water outside the Building core will be installed and maintained by Landlord at Tenant’s sole cost and expense.

  • Minerals Without the prior written consent of Huntington, there shall be no drilling or exploring for, or extraction, removal, or production of, minerals from the surface or subsurface of the Property. The term "minerals" as used herein shall include, without limitation, oil, gas, casinghead gas, coal, lignite, hydrocarbons, methane, carbon dioxide, helium, uranium and all other natural elements, compounds and substances, including sand and gravel.

  • Structures Airport facilities such as bridges; culverts; catch basins, inlets, retaining walls, cribbing; storm and sanitary sewer lines; water lines; underdrains; electrical ducts, manholes, handholes, lighting fixtures and bases; transformers; flexible and rigid pavements; navigational aids; buildings; vaults; and, other manmade features of the airport that may be encountered in the work and not otherwise classified herein. 10-50 SUBGRADE. The soil which forms the pavement foundation.

  • WATERBEDS The Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Shall have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises. ☐ - Shall not have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises.

  • 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.