Spill Sample Clauses

Spill. For the 2002 and 2003 juvenile migrations, spill will supplement the bypass system as set forth below. For the 2004, 2005, and 2006 juvenile migrations, spill will supplement the bypass system, as necessary to achieve the fish passage efficiency required by Section 5.4.1 (a) above. For the 2007 juvenile migration and beyond, spill will supplement the bypass system as necessary to achieve the survival standards as set forth in Section 5.3Phased Implementation of Measures to Achieve the Survival Standards”(see also Figure 1 “Survival Standard Decision Matrix”). In the spring 2002 and 2003, the District will spill fifteen percent of the Daily Estimated Flow during a period coinciding with the 95% passage of each spring migrating Plan Species’ juvenile migration. However, spring spill shall be increased to twenty-five percent of the Daily Estimated Flow during the period coinciding with the passage of the juvenile sockeye salmon migration, provided that, twenty-five percent spill not exceed twenty-one (21) days in duration. The Coordinating Committee shall decide when sockeye spill starts and ends. Spring spill shall begin no later than April 20th of each year, but the date may be adjusted by the Coordinating Committee based upon in- season migration information. Spring spill shall generally end no later than June 15th of each year, but the date may be adjusted by the Coordinating Committee based upon in- season migration information. In the summer 2002 and 2003, the District will spill fifteen percent of the Daily Estimated Flow during a period coinciding with the 95% passage of the sub-yearling chinook juvenile migration. Summer spill shall begin no later than July 1st of each year, but the date may be adjusted by the Coordinating Committee based upon in-season migration information. Summer spill shall generally end no later than August 15th of each year, but the date may be adjusted by the Coordinating Committee based upon in-season migration information. The Coordinating Committee shall investigate the need for a spill efficiency study in the summer of 2003. The Coordinating Committee shall also investigate the potential for changing spill operations to utilize the agreed to spill levels more efficiently.
Spill. The City is not obligated to spill on a planning basis for the purposes of maintaining minimum flows; however, the City will spill to the extent possible during generator outages that would otherwise violate minimum flow requirements.
Spill. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION ----------------------------- IN THE EVENT OF ANY "LPG MIX" SPILL OR OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTING DISCHARGE OCCURS PRIOR TO DELIVERY, AS THE SAME IS DEFINED IN ARTICLE 15 OF THIS AGREEMENT, ALL CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS THAT MAY BE REQUIRED BY ANY GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES, SHALL BE FOR SELLER'S ACCOUNT. IF SUCH SPILL OR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTING DISCHARGE OCCURS AFTER DELIVERY, AS THE SAME IS DEFINED IN ARTICLE 15 OF THIS AGREEMENT, ALL CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS THAT MAY BE REQUIRED, SHALL BE FOR BUYER'S ACCOUNT. IN THE EVEN THAT SUCH SPILL OR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTING DISCHARGE OCCURS AFTER DELIVERY, AT THE TERMINAL, BUYER AUTHORIZES SELLER TO COMMENCE CONTAINMENT OR CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE OR NECESSARY BY SELLER OR AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY ANY GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES. SELLER WILL NOTIFY BUYER IMMEDIATELY OF SUCH OPERATIONS. SELLER SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO DIRECT ALL CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS. ALL COSTS OF CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP FOR SUCH SPILL WILL BE BORNE BY BUYER, AND BUYER SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD SELLER HARMLESS FROM ANY AND ALL EXPENSES, CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, DAMAGES, PENALTIES, FINES AND OTHER COST (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ATTORNEYS FEES) RESULTING OR RELATED TO SUCH INCIDENT. FOLLOWING THE INDEMNITY OF SELLER BY BUYER, SELLER WILL COOPERATE WITH BUYER FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING REIMBURSEMENT IN THE EVENT THAT ANY NON-AGENT THIRD PARTY IS LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY COSTS OR EXPENSES BORNE BY BUYER UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH. IN THE EVENT THAT SUCH SPILL OR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTING DISCHARGE OCCURS AFTER DELIVERY, OUT OF THE TERMINAL, BUYER MAY AUTHORIZE SELLER TO COMMENCE CONTAINMENT OR CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE OR NECESSARY BY SELLER OR AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY ANY GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES. SELLER WILL NOTIFY BUYER IMMEDIATELY OF SUCH OPERATIONS. SELLER SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO DTIR-0273-98. Page no. 8 DIRECT ALL CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS. ALL COSTS OF CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP FOR SUCH SPILL WILL BE BORNE BY BUYER, AND BUYER SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD SELLER HARMLESS FROM ANY AND ALL EXPENSES, CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, DAMAGES, PENALTIES, FINES AND OTHER COST (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ATTORNEYS FEES) RESULTING OR RELATED TO SUCH INCIDENT. FOLLOWING THE INDEMNITY OF SELLER BY BUYER, SELLER WILL COOPERATE WITH BUYER FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING REIMBURSEMENT IN THE EVENT THAT ANY NON-AGENT THIRD PARTY IS LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY COSTS OR EXPENSES BORNE BY BUYER UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH.
Spill the meaning specified in Section 2.9(A).
Spill the meaning specified in Section 3i.
Spill. Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan (December 31, 1998).
Spill. If the Contracting Officer notifies the District that Project operations may require a Spill, the District shall notify Participant as soon as reasonably possible of the quantity and timing of the water that may be spilled.
Spill. For ecosystem integration, fish spills at run-of-river dams with fish passage in the U.S. could be increased, but should not exceed 125% TDG at dams below Chief Joseph Dam from April through June to increase juvenile salmon survival. While current TDG standards limit gas levels to 115-120%, increased spills within TDG biological limits have been shown to increase project-specific and cumulative survival of juvenile salmon and likely lamprey. For this reason, there may be merit in managing for increased spill levels at dams below Chief Joseph Dam provided TDG does not exceed 125%. Spill at John Day Dam. Spill through dam spill gates or sluiceways may occur any time of the year from overgeneration, forced spill due to lack of power markets or turbine outages or evacuation of reservoirs for flood risk management. Fish passage spill is an important dam operation for enhancing salmon passage survival over dams and to decrease salmon migration times to saltwater. Dam spill can cause elevated levels of total dissolved gas that can put migrating juvenile and adult salmon at risk of suffering gas bubble trauma. The total dissolved gas (TDG) level maximum for Washington, Oregon, and tribes is 110%, but during fish passage periods, this level is increased to 115 % in Washington and 120% in Oregon. These limits, however, have and can be exceeded for hydropower or flood risk management system operations for significant periods of the year. The 3Ea and 3Eb ecosystem-based function examples assume that the dam spill for fish passage would not exceed the current Oregon standard of 120% TDG. In summer months, July through August, 3Ea and 3Eb examples assume spill levels remain as described in the current FCRPS Salmon Biological Opinion. Increased spill levels are illustrated for the four lower Columbia River dams (Fig. 20) and at four of the mid-Columbia dams (Fig. 21). Columbia River Flows The range of cumulative operations of U.S. and Canadian dams outlined herein would reduce current Columbia River flows in October and November to more closely resemble the unregulated hydrograph. The outflows from Grand Coulee Dam and therefore flows through the mid- Columbia River would be affected by the integration of operations for ecosystem-based function (Figures 22-24). Changes in water storage and release at Mica and Arrow dams in Canada and at Grand Coulee Dam itself would result in increased spring and summer flows in the moderate to drier runoff years (Figure 24). These flow ...

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