Spill Sample Clauses

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. 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 1Survival 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. 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.

Related to Spill

  • Dumping If a Party to this Agreement finds that dumping is taking place in trade with the other Party, within the meaning of Article VI of the GATT, it may take appropriate measures against this practice in accordance with the Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 and with its relevant internal legislation, under the conditions and in accordance with the procedures laid down in Article 18.

  • TOXIC SUBSTANCES Each Contractor furnishing a toxic substance as defined by Section 875 of the Labor Law, shall provide such Authorized User with not less than two copies of a material safety data sheet, which sheet shall include for each such substance the information outlined in Section 876 of the Labor Law. Before any chemical product is used or applied on or in any building, a copy of the product label and Material Safety Data Sheet must be provided to and approved by the Authorized User agency representative.

  • Anti-dumping 1. A Party shall not apply anti-dumping measures as provided for under Article VI of the GATT 1994 and the WTO Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 in relation to products originating in another Party.

  • Hazardous Materials; Remediation (a) If any release or disposal of Hazardous Materials shall occur or shall have occurred on any real property or any other assets of any Borrower or any other Credit Party, such Borrower will cause, or direct the applicable Credit Party to cause, the prompt containment and removal of such Hazardous Materials and the remediation of such real property or other assets as is necessary to comply with all Environmental Laws and to preserve the value of such real property or other assets. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, each Borrower shall, and shall cause each other Credit Party to, comply with each Environmental Law requiring the performance at any real property by any Borrower or any other Credit Party of activities in response to the release or threatened release of a Hazardous Material.

  • Emissions The provisions cited above do prohibit emissions above a specified level. Without information on usage and emission rates, it is not practicable to quantify the excess emissions. However, since CARB has alleged that the vehicles did not meet the regulatory requirements, all of the emissions from it were excess and illegal.

  • Cleanup Awarded vendor shall clean up and remove all debris and rubbish resulting from their work as required or directed by TIPS Member. Upon completion of work, the premises shall be left in good repair and an orderly, neat, clean and unobstructed condition.

  • Accident Prevention Health and Safety Committee The Health Centre and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in the Health Centre in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness

  • Hazardous Substance A Joint Hazardous Substance Sub-Committee of the Joint Health and Safety Committee will be established. It will be the function of the Sub-Committee to review all hazardous substances in the workplace. From this review, the Sub-Committee will recommend substances that should not be used, substances that should be replaced with safe alternatives, or more stringent controls for substances where a safe alternative cannot be found.

  • Contamination (a) HMQ shall be responsible for Contamination on, in or under, or migrating to or from, the Site, except for any such Contamination:

  • Noise The Hirer shall ensure that the minimum of noise is made on arrival and departure, particularly late at night and early in the morning. The Hirer shall, if using sound amplification equipment, make use of any noise limitation device provided at the premises and comply with any other licensing condition for the premises.