Sediment Sample Clauses

Sediment. Extraneous matter or sediment in milk includes cow hair, dirt, manure, dust, vegetable matter and insects. Bacteria accompanies sediment into the milk, resulting in contamination. The presence of sediment in milk can affect the taste, appearance and quality of manufactured products. The two samples the driver takes daily will be used to do a random test for each fifteen-day period. This will generate a PASS/FAIL result. If the result is FAIL, then the supplier will be tested every pick-up until the situation is rectified. More than three FAIL tests will give the supplier a downgrade in quality.
Sediment. Owner will make accommodation for the removal and disposal of all the accumulated pollutants and sediments. Temporary storage will be provided onsite in a reserved area(s). The sediment will need to be disposed of in an appropriate manner within two weeks after being removed from the storm drain system.
Sediment. Addressing ecotoxicological impacts on sediment-dwelling organisms (benthic biota) requires the incorporation of an additional compartment into the existing framework. Based on the evaluation of maturity, quality, and availability of existing approaches for addressing sediment in multimedia fate modeling, a sediment compartment is a potentially important addition to the proposed framework, particularly in light of persistent substances with a potential to build up high exposure concentrations in sediments and related organisms. In addition, for certain chemicals such as cyclic siloxanes, sediments provide potential transfer pathways for bioaccumulation (Wang et al. 2013). Required data for including ecotoxicity to sediment- dwelling organisms are becoming more readily available and could be sufficient to become part of LCIA. If sediment toxicity effects could be estimated by ecotoxicity data for pelagic species (e.g., via equilibrium partitioning for nonpolar organic chemicals), such an inclusion would put a stronger emphasis on sediment-binding chemicals of concern, as just mentioned. Because aquatic sediment belongs to aquatic ecosystems, we suggest considering effects on benthic and sediment species for integration into 2 overall aquatic ecotoxicity impact scores (i.e., freshwater and marine).
Sediment. Driveways, parking areas, and rooftops are expected to be common sources of sediment due to wear.
Sediment. Selenium already contained in sediments in the Drain is a source of concern because flows may suspend and transport sediments; selenium may migrate into the water column; and sediments may act as a sink, and selenium may concentrate into sediment. Under normal operations, flows will be slow enough to not cause sediment movement. Monitoring activities will detect any movements or selenium migration. In the event that selenium in sediments migrates into the water column, such selenium will be measured as part of the monitoring program which will, among other things, measure selenium levels in Mud Slough downstream of the Drain (Site D). Sediments will be removed well before composite concentrations indicate hazardous material values.
Sediment. The sediment’ content of Bottlers sugar shall not be more than shown on a prepared sediment disk (approximately 2 ppm) available from the National Soft Drink Association, 0000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx XX, Xxxxxxxxxx, XX 00000, upon request.
Sediment. If the failure scenario depicts the effects of sediment release, noteIncludes reservoir sediment release”.
Sediment. Solid fragments of inorganic or organic material that come from the weathering and erosion of rock and are carried and deposited by wind, water, or ice.

Related to Sediment

  • Wetlands When disposing of excess, soil, or other construction materials on public or private property, Contractor shall not fill in or otherwise convert wetlands.

  • 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 This lease does not grant permission, express or implied, to Lessee for water exploration, drilling, or establishing water xxxxx without the written permission of the surface owner. If Lessor is the surface owner, said permission shall not be unreasonably withheld. If Lessee desires to establish or adjudicate any water right for beneficial use on the leased land, any such adjudication or application shall be in the name of Lessor if Lessor is the surface owner. The same shall apply to any non-tributary water rights established on the leased land which may be put to beneficial use off said land.

  • Contamination The presence in, on or under land, air or water of a substance (whether a solid, liquid, gas, odour, heat, sound, vibration or radiation) at a concentration above the concentration at which the substance is normally present in, on or under land, air or water in the same locality, that presents a risk of Environmental Harm, including harm to human health or any other aspect of the Environment, or could otherwise give rise to a risk of non-compliance with any Statutory Requirement for the protection of the Environment.