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. CSI acknowledges that, as a result of the provisions of this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT, it is releasing KAISER from any responsibility that it may otherwise have for any expenses, damages or liabilities incurred or to be incurred with respect to the investigation, remediation or existence of any substances released on or in the soil on the CSI PROPERTY as may exist on the date of this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT or as the soil of the CSI PROPERTY may be affected by releases predating this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. KAISER acknowledges that, as a result of the provisions of this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT, it is releasing CSI from any responsibility that it may otherwise have for any expenses, damages or liabilities incurred or to be incurred with respect to the investigation, remediation or existence of any substances released on or in the soil on the KAISER PROPERTY as may exist on the date of this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT or as the soil of the KAISER PROPERTY may be affected by releases predating this SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT.
Soil. During operations under this Contract, the Contractor shall take such precautions as necessary to minimize, insofar as possible, soil erosion and damage to the soil and wetlands. Equipment shall not be operated when ground conditions are such that excessive damage will result. Water bars and lead-off drainage satisfactory to Forester shall be installed on all skid roads and temporary roads that have potential to create erosion. Erosion prone and exposed soil shall be mulched or seeded by the contractor. Contractor shall be responsible for all such mitigation expenses deemed necessary by Forester. Forested wetlands should not be entered, especially during periods of significantly wet soil conditions that will result in soil compaction. Ideally, trees will be directionally felled and line skidded. If entry is required during drier periods, it must be pre- authorized and should be limited to absolute minimum levels. Skid trail entries shall be mitigated by contractor. Un-permitted equipment entries will be fined at a rate of $100 per foot of skid trail and contractor shall bear all mitigation responsibilities.
Soil. Seller has caused preliminary soils reports for septic testing to be prepared for the Idarado Legacy Project area by Eric Krch, P.E., consulting geotechnical engineer, of which Buyer has received a summary for its review and which Buyer acknowledges is preliminary only, and cannot be relied upon by Buyer for construction on the Property. Varying soil conditions exist within the Property, which may require different construction techniques. As part of any Design Review Committee Submission for building plan approvals for the Property, Buyer, at Buyer’s expense, shall deliver a site specific soils report for the homesite on the Property.
Soil. To Seller's actual knowledge without further inquiry, there are no defects or conditions of the soil which will impair the present use and operation of the Property. Seller has received no written notice of any discharges of materials from the Property into any “waters of the United States” as defined in 33 CFR § 328.3 (July 1, 2007 edition), and Seller has not received any written notice from the United States Army Corps of Engineers that such "waters of the United States" exist on the Property.
Soil. Soils should be evaluated for hazards. If the evaluation concludes that such hazards are at levels that may compromise the safety of crops, control measures should be implemented to reduce hazards to acceptable levels. If this cannot be achieved by available control measures, growers should not use these soils for primary production.
Soil. Within five (5) days from the date hereof, Seller shall identify the areas within the Park from where soil will be excavated and provided to Seller for the purposes and on the terms set forth herein. Such soil shall be suitable for use in the connection with the development of Purchaser's Project and shall be clean and free from any contaminants, including without limitation Hazardous Materials, and such soil shall be structurally suitable soil in accordance with the Geotechnical report recommendations (except as otherwise described below) ("Soil"). After Seller so identifies such areas within the Park, Purchaser shall have forty five (45) days, at Purchaser's option, to perform random, testing of the Soil at such sites in order to pretest the Soil to ensure that the Soil is contaminant free and complies with the Geotechnical report recommendations. Thereafter, if the Soil is acceptable to Purchaser in Purchaser's sole discretion, Purchaser shall have a ten (10) day period to identify the location to where such Soil (in quantities described below) shall be delivered, which location shall be either (1) on the Property at a specific location to be designated by Purchaser or (2) at an alternative location within in the Park, which location shall be reasonably designated by Purchaser. Seller shall then deliver the Soil to such location prior to the commencement of the construction of improvements on the Property, but in no event later than a date which shall be designated by Purchaser prior to Closing. In the event that Purchaser elects to proceed with (2) above, Purchaser shall move such Soil on to the Property at Purchaser's cost.