Soil Erosion Sample Clauses

Soil Erosion. Lessee shall not cause any material erosion of soil on or around the Premises. Lessee shall not engage in any activity that causes a material change, disturbance, fill, alteration or impairment to the topography of the Premises by placing on it any soil, dredging, spoils, landfill, or other material, nor shall Lessee engage in any activity that would change, disturb, alter or impair the significant relatively natural ecological features and values of the Premises, without the prior written approval of the General Manager.
Soil Erosion. Lessee will control soil erosion as completely as practicable by stripcropping and contouring, by filling in or otherwise controlling small washes or ditches that may form, and by engaging in such other best practices as needed to minimize and control soil erosion. Lessee will keep in good repair all terraces, open ditches, and inlets and outlets of tile drains, preserve all established watercourses or ditches including grass waterways and refrain from any operation or practice that will injure them.
Soil Erosion. The XXXX Contractor shall schedule and conduct its Work to minimize soil erosion and to minimize silting and muddying of streams, rivers, irrigation systems, impoundments (lakes and reservoirs), and lands adjacent to or affected by the Work. Construction of drainage facilities and performance of other Work which will contribute to the control of erosion and sedimentation must be carried out in conjunction with earthwork operations or as soon thereafter as practicable. The area of bare soil exposed at any one time by construction operations must be kept to a minimum. Prior to the start of the applicable construction, the XXXX Contractor shall submit to CPRA’s Project Manager for acceptance schedules for accomplishment of temporary and permanent erosion control Work as are applicable for clearing and grubbing, grading, Bridges, and other Structures at watercourses, construction, and paving. In addition, the XXXX Contractor shall also submit for acceptance at the same time its proposed method of erosion control on haul roads and borrow pits and its plan for disposal of surplus excavated material. No Work will be started until the erosion control schedules and methods of operation have been accepted by CPRA’s Project Manager. If conditions change during construction, the XXXX Contractor may be required to submit a revised schedule for acceptance as directed by CPRA’s Project Manager. Whenever the XXXX Contractor’s operations, carried out in accordance with the accepted erosion control schedule, result in a situation where appropriate temporary erosion control measures are not shown on the Design Plans the XXXX Contractor shall conduct the Work in accordance with Section 204 of CPRA Standard Specifications. In carrying out the control measures under this Section 506-12, the XXXX Contractor shall be guided by, but not limited to, the following controls: When borrow material is obtained from other than commercially operated sources, erosion of the borrow site must be so controlled both during and after completion of the Work that erosion will be minimized and minimal sediment will enter waterways, impoundments, or adjacent properties. Waste or spoil areas and construction roads must be located, constructed, and maintained in a manner that will minimize sediment entering waterways and impoundments. The XXXX Contractor shall submit grading plans for all borrow pits or areas or spoil or waste areas to CPRA’s Project Manager for acceptance prior to the start of Work ...
Soil Erosion. In the course of constructing the Tenant Improvements, Tenant shall make, and cause Tenant’s contractors to make reasonable efforts to minimize soil erosion, the creation of dust, noise and nuisances to neighboring properties.
Soil Erosion. Top soils are often lost when logging occurs in catchments, damaging the agricultural productivity of farming land and the regrowth forest. 3 According to the World Wildlife Fund: “Without trees to anchor fertile soil, erosion can occur and sweep soil into rivers, choking and polluting our waterways. Estimates suggest that one-third of the world’s arable land has been lost through soil erosion and degradation since 1960.”
Soil Erosion. The Licensee shall inspect trails between May 1 and May 15 and following summer recreation season to identify soil erosion and potential subsidence into reservoirs or flowing waterways.
Soil Erosion. Tenant shall do what is reasonably necessary to control soil erosion including, but not limited to, the maintenance of existing watercourses, waterways, ditches, drainage areas, terraces and tile drains, and abstain from any practice which will cause damage to the Leased Premises. Tenant shall cause the side hill washout to be maintained to prevent further soil erosion.
Soil Erosion. Lessee will control soil erosion as completely as practicable by filling in or otherwise controlling small washes or ditches that may form due to the Activities on the Premises. Lessee will keep in good repair all open ditches and natural washes on the Premises. Lessee shall preserve all established watercourses on the Premises including waterways and refrain from any operation or practice that will injure them .
Soil Erosion. Builder is not responsible for soil erosion due to acts of God or other conditions beyond the Builder’s control. Soil erosion and runoff caused by failure of you to maintain the properly established grades, drainage structures and xxxxxx; stabilized soil, sodden, seeded and landscaped areas; are excluded from Limited Warranty coverage.

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