Soil Sample Clauses

Soil. 2.1.1 Bulk Sample Pick‐Up hour $ 60.00
Soil. This classification shall comprise all kinds of soil, turf, sand, silt, loam, clay, mud, peat, black cotton soil, soft shale or loose moorum, a mixture of these and similar materials. All soils covered in ordinary and hard soils shall be covered in this category. Removal of gravel or any other nodular material having dimension in any one direction not exceeding 75 mm occurring in such strata shall be deemed to be covered under this category.
Soil. The Contracting Parties shall, in view of the role of soil in the functioning of natural ecosystems, take measures, wherever possible towards soil conservation, improvement and rehabilitation; they shall, in particular, endeavour to take steps to prevent soil erosion and other forms of degradation, and promote measures which safeguard the processes of organic decomposition and thereby its continuing fertility. To that effect, they shall, in particular, endeavour to establish land use policies aimed at avoiding losses of Vegetation cover, substantial soil loss, and damages to the structure of the soil; take all necessary measures to control erosion, especially as it may affect coastal or freshwater ecosystems leading to siltation of downstream areas such as lakes or vulnerable ecosystems such as coral reefs, or damage critical habitats, in particular that of endangered or endemic species; take appropriate measures to rehabilitate eroded or degraded soils including rehabilitation of soil affected by mineral exploitation.
Soil. Ingestion of soil while feeding or preening can be a significant contaminant exposure route for many terrestrial vertebrates (Xxxxx and Fries, 2003). Data were found for a few of our study sites that seem to document uptake of metals from ingested soil or sediment (e.g., lead, copper and zinc in small mammals near Fort XxXxxxx NM & HS and National Mall & Memorial Parks; Xxxxxxx, 1979; Xxxxx et al., 1990). Clearly, many pollutants deposited in soil are taken up by plant and invertebrate food items of terrestrial vertebrates, however, empirical data documenting trophic transfer were not available for the park units in this study. Table 4. Relative quantity of priority pollutants released into the air by TRI sites within‌ Park Name 0.1 0.01 0.001 1000 100 100 10 1 1 Chesapeake & Ohio Canal NHS X X X Fort XxXxxxx NM & HS X X X Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx MP X X X Xxxxxx'x Ferry NHP X Hopewell Furnace NHS X Monocacy NB X X X National Mall & Memorial Parks X X X National Capital Parks-East X X X Petersburg NB X X X Prince Xxxxxxx XX X X X Richmond NBP X X X X Rock Creek Park X X X Valley Forge NHP X X X Table 5. Relative quantity of priority pollutants released into the water by TRI sites within 10 kilometers of NP units‌ Lead (lb/yr) Mercury (lb/yr) Park Name 1000 100 10 1 10 1 <1 Chesapeake & Ohio Canal NHS X X Fort XxXxxxx NM & HS X X Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx MP X X Hopewell Furnace NHS X Monocacy NB X X National Mall & Memorial Parks X X National Capital Parks-East X X Petersburg NB X X Prince Xxxxxxx XX X X Richmond NBP X X Rock Creek Park X X Valley Forge NHP X D. Fish Consumption Advisories With the exception of Appomattox Court House NHP, fish consumption advisories are in effect near or at each of the other 22 study units. The vast majority of these advisories are related to mercury and PCBs, however, these consumption advisories are statewide. These human consumption advisories are germane as many terrestrial vertebrates at the study sites are piscivorous.
Soil. Shallow soil is likely contaminated at the source which was not identified during this investigation. Because of TCE’s tendency to migrate downward from soil to groundwater, it is not considered likely that direct contact with soil, even in the source area, might cause significant exposures. Air: DEQ’s RBC for TCE was exceeded in the groundwater to vapor intrusion pathway for residential and occupational settings. DEQ’s RBC for TCE was exceeded in the groundwater volatilization to outdoor air pathway for residential settings. There is a potential for residents and occupational workers to be exposed to unsafe levels of TCE in buildings and in outdoor air. Based on DEQ’s evaluation of analytical data, regional and site-specific environmental factors, and the exposure conditions summarized above, DEQ considers the Site a high priority for a site investigation to determine the source of TCE contamination and groundwater flow patterns. The site investigation should include soil, groundwater, and air sampling where high levels of TCE were detected in groundwater. Xxxxx Street - PA 10 July 28, 2003 CERCLIS No. ORN001002357
Soil. Includes, but is not limited to dust, dirt, stains, grease, smudges, streaks, spots, lint, or odors. Soil can be removed chemically, mechanically, or by a combination of both. Mechanical soil removal is removing soil with a machine such as a vacuum cleaner. Chemical soil removal is removing soil with a liquid that contains cleaning agents such as detergents, surfactants, and emulsifiers. The combination of chemical and mechanical methods such as an automatic floor scrubbing machine, uses the chemical method to breakdown and loosen soil which then the mechanical method picks up and carries the soil away. Which soil removal method is used depends on the cleaning objectives and on size, location, and type of surface to be cleaned and is the prerogative of the Contractor.
Soil. The Contractor shall not cause any adverse impact to site soils, gravel, or other unpaved areas. It is strictly prohibited to discharge materials in any amount directly to soils or other unpaved areas. Examples include, but are not limited to oil, lubricants, paints, wastewater, degreasers, soaps, detergents, or any regulated materials. Proper disposal routes for any such materials should be addressed with the PPG Project Manager and site Environmental Engineer prior to performing the work.
Soil i) Tri-axial shear test machine capable of conduction UU/CU/CD/ Test with pore pressure measurement and constant cell pressure system.
Soil. The Department shall provide soil on site and/or adjacent property for the Contractor to use for daily and intermediate cover as shown on the Site Plan and/or Borrow Plan. Department will dictate which soil location the Contractor is to use.
Soil. 68. Planters shall be filled with a mix of perlite and topsoil. The weight of the mixture shall not exceed 65 pounds per cubic foot when saturated. A combination of 1/3 perlite and 2/3 topsoil will normally weigh less than 65 pounds per cubic foot. Anchorage