Wastes Sample Clauses

Wastes. Provide information on all wastes generated by the projects and a description regarding how such wastes are handled, including a description of any waste recycling or disposal arrangements.
Wastes. Any and all samples, sample residues, by-products from the sampling process, extracts, well purgings, core borings and hazardous and other wastes (collectively, “Wastes”) derived from the Property Inspections (including, without 50 Fremont, San Francisco, California limitation, any contaminated protective clothing or other materials used in performing the Property Inspections) when removed from the property shall be deemed the property of Purchaser and shall be transported and disposed of by Purchaser in accordance with applicable law.
Wastes. Dumping or storage of trash, garbage, hazardous substances, abandoned vehicles or machines, or other material on the Protected Property is prohibited. However, composting of biodegradable material used or produced on the Protected Property to improve gardens and pastures on the Protected Property is permitted so long as composting and its application is consistent with the ALE Plan.
Wastes. Representatives of Purchaser and SPC shall jointly inventory all wastes (including waste water) stored in holding tanks and separators. SPC shall reimburse Purchaser for the costs, if any, incurred in the disposal of such volumes of waste which cannot legally be disposed of through the existing systems at the terminal locations to the extent the total aggregate cost for all locations (including the cost for waste disposal from the Pipeline, as defined under the PPI Agreement) exceeds one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) after consideration of amounts, if any, paid by SPC's customers. Purchaser shall dispose of said wastes within thirty (30) days of Closing Date and shall submit copies of invoices and manifests
Wastes. Entering Party agrees that any samples, waste materials, soil cuttings, hazardous wastes, hazardous substances, pollutants, contaminants or free product (“Wastes”) which results from the Work will be the sole property of Entering Party. Entering Party will handle, store, treat, transport, and dispose of the Wastes in accordance with all applicable government requirements and at Entering Party’s expense. In no event will any Wastes be stored on Property for more than ten days, or treated or disposed of at the Property.
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Wastes. Wastes not legally permitted and authorized for disposal into the storm and/or sanitary drainage system shall not be discharged, connected or introduced into storm and/or sanitary drains and the storm and/or sanitary drainage system. CONCESSIONAIRE shall take all reasonable precautions to prevent the discharge of material into any drainage system that would create interference with the flow therein, or that would cause a hazard or unlawful contamination thereto. In compliance with current KDHE storm water regulations, or as such regulations may be amended in the future, CONCESSIONAIRE is required to evaluate its operation within its Premises and determine if compliance is required with stormwater regulations (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Runoff from Industrial Activity General Permit) or written authorization of a “No Exposure Certificationissued by the KDHE. A copy of the CONCESSIONAIRE’s NPDES Notice of Intent or “No Exposure Certification” issued by the KDHE shall be provided to the AUTHORITY within thirty (30) days of CONCESSIONAIRE’s occupation of the Premises.
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