Surface Water Sample Clauses

Surface Water. Lessor’s express written consent is required for Lessee to use surface water found on the Leased Premises or any property owned or controlled by the Lessor or any water from water xxxxx or stock tanks controlled by the Lessor or its surface tenants.
Surface Water. CoCs will be reduced to concentrations below their Water Quality Standard (see Table 1). [NOTE: This clause is a site specific option]
Surface Water. DOE shall refrain from field work in Boeing NPDES surface water exclusion zones, identified by the Boeing Project Manager, during the rainy season, which is interpreted to be from October 1st through March 30th each year. However, the Boeing Project Manager and DOE Project Manager may mutually agree to limited field activities within the designated NPDES surface water exclusion zones on a location-by-location basis upon advance review and consultation.
Surface Water. In further consideration of participation in this surface water cost recovery program, User agrees to use surface water on the property which is served by this Agreement for a period of time equal to recover the costs herein (“Recovery Period”) and an additional period of time at least equal to the Recovery Period. User may use groundwater when surface water is unavailable, or if surface water quality is incompatible with the operations on the property with written concurrence of the District. Such written concurrence shall not be unreasonably withheld. Should the District deny written concurrence upon request of the User, this agreement shall terminate and the user shall have the option to utilize groundwater on the property at the then applicable groundwater charge. Further, any additional surface water used shall be charged at the then applicable surface water rate.
Surface Water. According to the USGS topographic map, the nearest surface water body is Horseneck Brook located approximately 1,200 feet to the west of the Site. According to the CT DEP Environmental GIS DATA for Connecticut, 2005 Edition, the surface water quality of Horseneck Brook is Class B/A. Class B surface water is designated for habitat for fish and other aquatic life and wildlife; recreation; navigation; and industrial and agricultural water supply. In this case, the surface water has a goal of Class A. Reaching this goal would designate the surface waters as existing or proposed drinking water supplies; habitat for fish and other aquatic life and wildlife; recreation; navigation; and industrial and agricultural water supply.
Surface Water. For the proposed unit the required water will be sourced from GIDC, Dahej. The end source of water is Narmada water. In proposed Amines and Amines derivative plant, the fresh water consumption will be 1784 KLD. Water conservation plan will be carried out at site to reduce fresh water demand and conserve water resources. So no major impact on water sources. The effluent generation from the proposed unit will be treated in proposed ETP and treated water will be disposed into GIDC drain meeting the norms for effluent discharge into sea. The domestic sewage will be treated in STP at site and treated sewage will be used for gardening to reduce fresh water requirements. No any untreated water will be disposed of outside the plant area to avoid impact on surface water quality.
Surface Water. Drainage Rainwater is collected at roof level by a series of gutters and outlets. Down pipes drop to basement level and discharge by gravity to the street sewers via intercepting traps. Connections are made into this system from outlets located within the basement air intake/exhaust plenums.
Surface Water. Natural drains include Rivers, Seasonal Streams, sea etc. Man-Made drains include Gullies, Gutters, and Relief Drains etc. ▪ Catchment is catching or collecting water f) Protected areas include but not limited to National Parks, Marine Parks, Forest Reserves, National Monuments/Natural Landmarks, Ramsar Sites, Heritage Sites, and Nature Reserve etc.
Surface Water. The EIS must assess the effects of the Project on surface water quality and quantity within the Project’s zone of influence. Potential watershed management impacts associated with the creation of the tailings management facility must be described. The assessment should describe the duration, frequency, magnitude and spatial extent of any effects and outline the need for mitigation and/or monitoring measures. The analysis of impacts to surface water should include malfunctions and accidents events. 11.6 (no TMF) The EIS shall:  include a detailed environmental water balance for the mine site, focused on predicted water balance inputs/outputs for a climate normal condition, dry- and wet-year conditions undertaken for major Project facilities including the Xxxxx Xxxx open pit, waste rock and low grade ore storage areas, tailings disposal area and processing area. For Project areas whose footprint will expand over time, the EIS will assess the respective change in environmental water balance over Project life including the decommissioning and post-closure period; 11.6.1, 11.6.2, 11.6.3  provide a detailed operational and post-closure water balance for mine water management plan identifying Project water demands/uses and water source(s), potential effects on water sources and proposed mitigation to avoid or minimize effects; 11.6.2, 11.6.3  identify water and sediment quality objectives, including the receiving water criteria of the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) including the Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Aquatic Life for and the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality, as applicable; 11.3  provide an overview on the closure plans at Xxxxx Xxxx; 11.6.3  describe the potential for the phenomenon known locally as “Red Water“ to be associated with tailings management and associated impacts to water; and 11.6.2  The assessment should detail how proposed effluent is predicted to mix in the receiving environment for effluents discharged from the Project. 11.6.1, 11.6.2, 11.6.3 In conducting the analysis, the Proponent should consider pertinent acts, policies, guidelines and directives relating to surface water quality and quantity. The EIS must describe technically and economically feasible measures to mitigate effects to surface water quality and quantity and predict adverse residual effects and their significance. noted The EIS should also address what measures would be taken by the proponent ...