Type of Waste Sample Clauses

Type of Waste. During the term of this Agreement, City shall accept for disposal at the Landfill all of the non-hazardous solid waste delivered to the Landfill from Xxxxxxx County, including, but not limited to, trash, scrap food, leaves, grass, brush, bottles, cans, cardboard boxes, glass, and small dead animals (hereinafter said acceptable solid waste referred to as the “Waste Material”), but excluding radioactive, volatile, highly flammable, explosive, toxic or hazardous waste. In addition, Edinburg will not accept for disposal any liquid waste, or any article exceeding one (1) cubic yard in size, or any matter in violation of its operating permit. The term “hazardous waste” as used herein shall include, but not be limited to, any amount of waste listed or characterized as hazardous by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) or any agency of the State of Texas pursuant to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended and including future amendments thereto, and any applicable state or federal regulations or laws. Title to the Waste Material delivered to the Landfill shall be transferred to and rest with Edinburg at the time the Waste Material is unloaded at the working face of the Landfill. All risks and responsibilities of the Waste Material shall be borne by Xxxxxxx County until the time the waste is unloaded at the working face. In the event that unacceptable material is delivered to the Landfill, it shall be the sole responsibility of Xxxxxxx County, to remove, haul and dispose of the unacceptable material to an approved disposal site at the expense of Xxxxxxx County. In the event that fines are levied against the City of Edinburg due to Xxxxxxx County’s noncompliance, it will be Xxxxxxx County’sresponsibility to incur such costs.
Type of Waste. PRS shall only accept, and SWS and UWS shall only be entitled to provide, Materials not containing any prohibited substances or hazardous waste. PRS shall be entitled to inspect the Materials and reject and/or return to SWS or UWS any Materials that are not in conformance with the standards set forth herein. Notice of rejection of non-conforming Materials shall be given in writing prior to the close of business on the day PRS receives such non-conforming Materials at the Facility. Failure to provide written notice in accordance with the terms of the preceding sentence shall forfeit PRS’s right to reject such non-conforming Materials. SWS or UWS, as the case may be, shall bear all costs associated with inspecting, testing and rejecting any non-conforming Materials. Each party agrees to comply with all laws applicable to such party in the performance of its duties hereunder.
Type of Waste. In the event of a change to the Environmental Laws wherein the definition of waste is expanded or new methods of disposal of waste become available the Tenant shall not accept any new waste as referred to in the said expanded definition of waste or incorporate in the operation of the Landfill new methods of disposal without the prior written consent of the Landlord, which consent may be arbitrarily withheld.
Type of Waste. delete whichever is not applicableFood processing waste Chicken processing waste Commercial bakery waste Vegetable processing waste Food preparation waste Fats and cooking oils Food particles Detergents Processing / printing photographic plates Potassium Hydroxide EDTA terasodium salt Napthalenyl complex Hydroxypropyl ether of starch Screen print cleaning Pregan Paste Sodium Metaperiodate – “Clean Strippowder Kiwo Haze Remover Biocide and corrosion inhibitor in condenser tower water Biocide S (Tandex Chemicals Pty Ltd) Biocide LF2 (Tandex Chemicals Pty Ltd) Polytan M (Tandex Chemicals Pty Ltd) Abattoir waste Blood Fat Manure and Paunch (stomach) contents Body Fluids Brine Detergents Disinfectants Marine Slipway Runoff Sandblasting and general scouring residue from ships hulls (including antifouling paints) Oil from engines and other lubricated points around vessels Onsite wastewater from gas plant operations Saline wastewater Hydrocarbons Other Truck / vehicle wash water Car wash water Wash water from dog shelter (including disinfectants) Commercial laundry waste

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  • NOISE/WASTE The Tenant agrees not to commit waste on the premises, maintain, or permit to be maintained, a nuisance thereon, or use, or permit the premises to be used, in an unlawful manner. The Tenant further agrees to abide by any and all local, county, and State noise ordinances.

  • Hazardous Waste Throughout the term of this Lease, Tenant shall not undertake or permit any Environmental Activity (as such term is hereinafter defined) other than (i) in compliance with all applicable laws and ordinances and all rules, orders and regulations, present or future, ordinary or extraordinary, foreseen or unforeseen) of any federal, state or local governmental authority (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Legal Requirements"), and (ii) in such a manner as shall keep the premises, the Building and the Land free from any lien imposed pursuant to any Legal Requirement in respect of such Environmental Activity. Tenant shall take all necessary steps to ensure that any Environmental Activity undertaken or permitted at the premises is undertaken in a manner as to provide prudent safeguards against potential risks to human health or the environment. Tenant shall notify Landlord within 24 hours of the release of any Hazardous Materials (as such term is hereinafter defined) from or at the premises which could form the basis of any claim, demand or action by any party. Landlord shall have the right, from time to time, at Tenant's expense, to conduct an environmental audit or such other examinations, tests, inspections and reviews of the premises as Landlord, in its sole discretion, shall deem necessary, appropriate or desirable and Tenant shall cooperate in the conduct of any such environmental audit, examination, test, inspection or review. If Tenant shall breach the covenants provided in this Article, then, in addition to any other rights and remedies which may be available to landlord pursuant to this Lease or otherwise at law, Landlord may require Tenant to take all actions, or to reimburse Landlord for the costs of any and all actions taken by Landlord, as are necessary, appropriate or desirable to cure such breach. for purposes of this Article, the term "Environmental Activity" means any use, storage, installation, existence, release, threatened release, discharge, generation, abatement, removal, disposal, handling or transportation from, under, into or on the leased premises of (a) any "hazardous substance" as defined in any federal statute, (b) petroleum, crude oil or any fraction thereof, natural gas or synthetic gas used for fuel, and (c) any additional substances or materials which at such time are classified or considered to be hazardous or toxic under the laws of the State of New York or any other Legal Requirements the materials described in clauses (a) through (c) being collectively referred to as "Hazardous Materials". The provisions of subparagraph (j) of Article 6 of this Lease shall be applicable to any failure by Tenant to comply with or keep or perform the provisions of this Article. The obligations of Tenant under this Article shall survive the expiration or sooner termination of the term of this Lease.

  • Food Service Waste Reduction Requirements Contractor shall comply with the Food Service Waste Reduction Ordinance, as set forth in San Francisco Environment Code Chapter 16, including but not limited to the remedies for noncompliance provided therein.

  • Prescription Safety Glasses Prescription safety glasses will be furnished by the employer. The employer retains the authority to establish reasonable rules and procedures regarding frequency of issue, replacement of damaged glasses, limits on reimbursement costs and coordination with the employer’s vision plan.

  • Reactive Power and Primary Frequency Response 1.8.1 Power Factor Design Criteria SERVICE AGREEMENT NO. 2549

  • STAFF ORIENTATION 4101 The Employer shall provide an appropriate orientation program for nurses newly employed. The orientation program shall include such essential information as policies, nursing procedures, the location of supplies and equipment, fire, safety and disaster plans. Where necessary, orientation shall be provided for nurses moving to a new area of practice. 4102 The Employer shall provide a program of inservice education for nurses pertinent to patient care. 4103 The Employer shall provide, access to reference materials as is required in relation to maintaining current knowledge of general nursing care. APPENDIX "A" - SALARIES A1. Effective April 1, 2013 - Monthly salaries include a 2% general increase. - Hourly salary is calculated as (monthly salary x 12) ÷ annual hours. Nurse Classification Annual Hours Start Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 20 Year 1 Licensed Practical Nurse 2015 Hourly 25.198 26.022 26.836 27.825 28.732 29.745 30.804 31.420 Monthly 4,231.164 4,369.528 4,506.212 4,672.281 4,824.582 4,994.681 5,172.505 5,275.942 Annual 50,773.970 52,434.330 54,074.540 56,067.375 57,894.980 59,936.175 62,070.060 63,311.300 Nurse II 2015 Hourly 32.917 34.066 35.218 36.419 37.593 38.811 39.587 Monthly 5,527.313 5,720.249 5,913.689 6,115.357 6,312.491 6,517.014 6,647.317 Annual 66,327.755 68,642.990 70,964.270 73,384.285 75,749.895 78,204.165 79,767.805 Nurse II (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 33.575 34.747 35.923 37.148 38.345 39.587 Monthly 5,637.802 5,834.600 6,032.070 6,237.768 6,438.765 6,647.317 Annual 67,653.625 70,015.205 72,384.845 74,853.220 77,265.175 79,767.805 Nurse III 2015 Hourly 34.168 35.321 36.523 37.697 38.787 39.975 41.201 42.025 Monthly 5,737.377 5,930.985 6,132.820 6,329.955 6,512.984 6,712.469 6,918.335 7,056.698 Annual 68,848.520 71,171.815 73,593.845 75,959.455 78,155.805 80,549.625 83,020.015 84,680.375 Nurse III (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 34.851 36.027 37.254 38.451 39.563 40.775 42.025 Monthly 5,852.064 6,049.534 6,255.568 6,456.564 6,643.287 6,846.802 7,056.698 Annual 70,224.765 72,594.405 75,066.810 77,478.765 79,719.445 82,161.625 84,680.375 Nurse IV 2015 Hourly 35.340 36.649 37.959 39.387 41.024 42.612 44.273 45.158 Monthly 5,934.175 6,153.978 6,373.949 6,613.734 6,888.613 7,155.265 7,434.175 7,582.781 Annual 71,210.100 73,847.735 76,487.385 79,364.805 82,663.360 85,863.180 89,210.095 90,993.370 Nurse IV (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 36.047 37.382 38.718 40.175 41.844 43.464 45.158 Monthly 6,052.892 6,277.061 6,501.398 6,746.052 7,026.305 7,298.330 7,582.781 Annual 72,634.705 75,324.730 78,016.770 80,952.625 84,315.660 87,579.960 90,993.370 Nurse V 2015 Hourly 37.305 38.733 40.369 41.957 43.690 45.388 47.157 48.100 Monthly 6,264.131 6,503.916 6,778.628 7,045.280 7,336.279 7,621.402 7,918.446 8,076.792 Annual 75,169.575 78,046.995 81,343.535 84,543.355 88,035.350 91,456.820 95,021.355 96,921.500 Nurse V (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 38.051 39.508 41.177 42.797 44.564 46.296 48.100 Monthly 6,389.397 6,634.052 6,914.305 7,186.330 7,483.038 7,773.870 8,076.792 Annual 76,672.765 79,608.620 82,971.655 86,235.955 89,796.460 93,286.440 96,921.500 Nurse Practitioner 2015 Hourly 42.515 45.635 47.511 49.385 51.408 52.437 Monthly 7,138.977 7,662.877 7,977.889 8,292.565 8,632.260 8,805.046 Annual 85,667.725 91,954.525 95,734.665 99,510.775 103,587.120 105,660.555 Nurse Practitioner (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 43.365 46.548 48.461 50.373 52.437 Monthly 7,281.706 7,816.185 8,137.410 8,458.466 8,805.046 Annual 87,380.475 93,794.220 97,648.915 101,501.595 105,660.555 Weekend Worker Rates Annual Hours Start Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 20 Year 1 Weekend Worker - Licensed Practical Nurse 2015 Hourly 28.977 29.925 30.861 31.999 33.042 34.206 35.425 36.133 Monthly 4,865.721 5,024.906 5,182.076 5,373.165 5,548.303 5,743.758 5,948.448 6,067.333 Annual 58,388.655 60,298.875 62,184.915 64,477.985 66,579.630 68,925.090 71,381.375 72,807.995 Weekend Worker - Nurse II 2015 Hourly 37.855 39.176 40.501 41.882 43.232 44.633 45.526 Monthly 6,356.485 6,578.303 6,800.793 7,032.686 7,259.373 7,494.625 7,644.574 Annual 76,277.825 78,939.640 81,609.515 84,392.230 87,112.480 89,935.495 91,734.890 Weekend Worker - Nurse II (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 38.612 39.959 41.311 42.720 44.097 45.526 Monthly 6,483.598 6,709.782 6,936.805 7,173.400 7,404.621 7,644.574 Annual 77,803.180 80,517.385 83,241.665 86,080.800 88,855.455 91,734.890 Weekend Worker - Nurse III 2015 Hourly 39.293 40.619 42.002 43.352 44.605 45.971 47.381 48.329 Monthly 6,597.950 6,820.607 7,052.836 7,279.523 7,489.923 7,719.297 7,956.060 8,115.245 Annual 79,175.395 81,847.285 84,634.030 87,354.280 89,879.075 92,631.565 95,472.715 97,382.935 Weekend Worker - Nurse III (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 40.079 41.431 42.842 44.219 45.497 46.891 48.329 Monthly 6,729.932 6,956.955 7,193.886 7,425.107 7,639.705 7,873.780 8,115.245 Annual 80,759.185 83,483.465 86,326.630 89,101.285 91,676.455 94,485.365 97,382.935 Weekend Worker - Nurse IV 2015 Hourly 40.641 42.146 43.653 45.295 47.177 49.003 50.914 51.932 Monthly 6,824.301 7,077.016 7,330.066 7,605.785 7,921.805 8,228.420 8,549.309 8,720.248 Annual 81,891.615 84,924.190 87,960.795 91,269.425 95,061.655 98,741.045 102,591.710 104,642.980 Weekend Worker - Nurse IV (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 41.454 42.989 44.526 46.201 48.121 49.983 51.932 Monthly 6,960.818 7,218.570 7,476.658 7,757.918 8,080.318 8,392.979 8,720.248 Annual 83,529.810 86,622.835 89,719.890 93,095.015 96,963.815 100,715.745 104,642.980 Weekend Worker - Nurse V 2015 Hourly 42.900 44.543 46.425 48.251 50.244 52.196 54.230 55.315 Monthly 7,203.625 7,479.512 7,795.531 8,102.147 8,436.805 8,764.578 9,106.121 9,288.310 Annual 86,443.500 89,754.145 93,546.375 97,225.765 101,241.660 105,174.940 109,273.450 111,459.725 Weekend Worker - Nurse V (20 Year Scale) 2015 Hourly 43.758 45.434 47.353 49.216 51.249 53.240 55.315 Monthly 7,347.698 7,629.126 7,951.358 8,264.187 8,605.561 8,939.883 9,288.310 Annual 88,172.370 91,549.510 95,416.295 99,170.240 103,266.735 107,278.600 111,459.725 1 Eligibility for the 20 Year increment is determined in accordance w ith Article 2105.

  • Hazardous Wastes In the event that the Mortgaged Property, related to a Mortgage Loan which is being considered for liquidation by foreclosure or the transfer of a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, contains, and the Servicer has reason to believe that it contains, hazardous or regulated substances which may impose liability, for damages, remediation or otherwise, upon the owner of such Mortgaged Property pursuant to Federal, State or local law, the Servicer shall not, except with the express prior written approval of the Master Servicer, which approval makes specific reference to the presence of such hazardous or regulated substances, undertake or continue the process of foreclosure with respect to such Mortgaged Property.

  • Transportation of Accident Victims Transportation to the nearest physician or hospital for employees requiring medical care as a result of an on-the-job accident shall be at the expense of the Employer.

  • Sector Sub-Sector Industry Classification Level of Government Type of Obligation Description of Measure Source of Measure Services incidental to Manufacturing : 1 Services related to manufacturing of water pumps used in agriculture (CPC 88530/ISIC 12912) 2 Services related to producing of plastic packing (CPC 88470) 3 Services related to producing of PP packing (CPC 88492) : CPC 884 – CPC 885 : Central : National Treatment : Sub-sector 1: Foreign investment is restricted and subject to foreign equity requirement of maximum of 30%. Sub-sectors 2 and 3: Foreign investment is restricted. : Law on Investment, 2005 and its guiding documents.

  • ECR Number Environmental Commitment Record Requirements Description of ADOT Responsibilities S4F-11 Where appropriate, visual intrusions will be reduced by a number of measures: • Vegetation buffers will be used to screen views of the freeway from SMPP. • Saguaros, mature trees, and other cacti likely to survive the transplanting and setting-in period will be transplanted in relatively natural areas near the proposed action to blend with the existing landscape. • Clustering or grouping plant material in an informal pattern to break up the linear form of the freeway will be utilized where appropriate to “naturalize” areas within the R/W. • Landscape treatments using native plants on the periphery of R/W areas at overpass locations and areas near residential developments will be installed where appropriate. • Aesthetic treatments and patterning will be applied to noise barriers, overpasses, abutments, retaining and screening walls. ADOT to oversee for compliance S4F-12 To set clear parameters defining the scope of the mitigation measures to be implemented and for making environmental determinations, an IGA will be created between ADOT and the City of Phoenix. For the proposed action through SMPP, ADOT will consult directly with the Phoenix City Manager’s office in representing City of Phoenix interests and on behalf of the Sonoran Preserve Advisory Committee, Phoenix Parks and Recreation Board, and the Phoenix Mountains Preservation Council and with GRIC representatives to develop the aesthetic treatment of landscaping and structures through the park/preserve. ADOT will be the signatory for any IGA between the City of Phoenix and ADOT. S4F-13 During the design phase, ADOT will consult directly with USFWS, AGFD, and the GRIC Tribal Historic Preservation Officer and Department of Environmental Quality to finalize design features and locations of the crossings designed to provide access to SMPP. ADOT will satisfy this commitment. TP Attachment 000-0 Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Project Record of Decision (ROD) Developer’s Environmental Commitment Requirements The following table includes the Project-specific environmental commitments as written in the ROD, with minor modifications for clarification purposes. As it relates to these Technical Provisions, references to freeway, project, South Mountain Freeway, proposed action, proposed freeway, and Selected Alternative mean the Project, and references to contractor mean Developer. Developer shall comply with and perform all of the contractor and ADOT requirements, including the ADOT obligations, commitments, and responsibilities, identified in the following table, except to the extent of those requirements that are specifically identified in the third column, entitled “Description of ADOT Responsibilities,” which are not delegated to Developer.