Water Quality Sample Clauses

Water Quality. 8.1. The Supply shall comply with the quality standards imposed by the Act and the Water Quality Regulations, PROVIDED ALWAYS that where a particular standard is the subject of a legal instrument accepted or issued by the Secretary of State or the Chief Inspector of Drinking Water under the provisions of the Act or the Water Quality Regulations, compliance with the terms of the relevant legal instrument shall be deemed to be compliance with the relevant quality standard imposed by the Act or the Water Quality Regulations (as the case may be), in which case the Water Company shall provide the New Appointee with a certified copy of any such authorised departure or undertaking. Each party undertakes to keep the other party fully informed of any discussions which take place at any time hereafter with the Secretary of State for the proposed issue of a legal instrument and of the outcome thereof.
Water Quality. Water quality standards within the project limits are set by the State Water Resource Control Board (SWRCB), specifically the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB). Existing surface water quality varies depending on the pollutant loading to the various streams within the hydrologic unit, originating mainly from rainfall and irrigation. The proposed project will have potential short-term impacts to storm water runoff quality (during construction) due to the type of construction activities that have the potential to contribute pollutants and the type of construction materials that will be used. Examples of construction activities include clearing and grubbing, grading, utility excavations, and landscaping operations. Vehicle fluids, such as oil, grease and petroleum, concrete curing compounds, asphaltic emulsions associated with asphalt concrete paving operations, paints, solvents and thinners, and base and sub base materials are examples of construction materials that have the potential to contribute pollutants to storm water discharges, if not contained properly. The project will also have potential long-term impacts (post construction) on the receiving water body‟s quality due to the contribution of pollutants from the operation of project facilities, such as total suspended solids, nutrients, pesticides, metals and litter. Bioswales will be provided where feasible for treatment of runoff. On-site and off-site waters will be kept separate whenever feasible and reasonable. Although discharges from the project will not directly reach water quality sensitive areas, the Project will ultimately discharge to the Tijuana River in Mexico. The Tijuana River is classified as a 303(d) listed water body where it re-enters the U.S., west of the project limits. According to the 2006 303(d) list, pollutants of concern for the Tijuana River impaired segment (911.11) include eutrophic, indicator bacteria, low dissolved oxygen, sediment (TSS/Turbidity), pesticides, solids, trash, trace elements, and synthetic organics. There are no listed pollutants of concern for the unnamed intermittent streams located in HSA 911.12. The short-term potential impacts will be avoided/minimized during the construction phase by deploying temporary Best Management Practices (BMPs), while implementing permanent BMPs (Design Pollution Prevention and Treatment BMPs) to the Maximum Extent Practicable (MEP) to minimize the long-term potential impacts. Maintenance BMPs will also be...
Water Quality. Company will be responsible for maintaining the condition of the swimming pool water within the tolerances of the American Public Health Association and the local health department while pool is open to swimmers.  Free Chlorine 3.0 to 10.0 ppm  pH 7.2 to 7.8  Total Alkalinity 80 to 120 ppm  Calcium Hardness 200 to 300 ppm  Chlorine Stabilizer less than 100 ppm At no time will the water chemistry cause a failure of permission to operate the pool granted by local health departments. In the event the local health department revokes permission to operate the pool due to poor water chemistry, Customer shall be entitled to a partial refund of the contract price set forth herein computed by the following formula: Number of days (or hours) closed times the average daily portion of the contract price (total price divided by number of days (or hours) pool is to be in operation as determined by this Agreement). If, in the discretion of the Company, it is determined that the water quality is insufficient to properly operate the pool, the Company shall have the right to close the pool for such period of time as shall be necessary to correct the water quality. Any such closing shall entitle Customer to a refund in accordance with the formula stated above. All of the foregoing notwithstanding however, the Company shall be excused from maintaining water quality as established herein and the Customer shall be entitled to no refund in the event of any Act of God, mechanical/electrical equipment failure, repairs, interference by Customer, together with any and all other reasons beyond the control of Company (including fecal and vomit contamination). Any work performed by Company shall be subject to the conditions in the “Repair Workprovision of this Agreement.
Water Quality. Lessee shall maintain the quality and quantity of Lessor’s water supply to be measured by testing any supply within 1,500 feet of Lessee’s proposed well, pit, pond, roadway, pipeline, pumping or processing facilities, or other facilities installed by Lessee prior to and at the completion of drilling or other operations on the Leased Premises or on any land in the unit of which any of the Leased Premises is a part and as deemed necessary by Lessor due to changes in flow (subject to natural seasonal variations) or quality, including but not limited to color, smell or taste. Should Lessor’s water supply be polluted or reduced as a result of Lessee’s operations, Lessee shall take any and all steps to restore water quality and quantity to its pre-existing condition or fully compensate Lessor for the damage and inconvenience caused thereby. During the period of remediation, Lessee shall supply Lessor with an adequate supply of potable water consistent with Lessor’s use of the damaged water supply prior to Lessee’s operation. Any pollution or reduction of any water supply after any operations commence will be presumed to be the result of Lessee’s operation unless Lessee can prove otherwise, with Lessee having the burden of proof by a preponderance of the evidence. Until Lessee can prove otherwise as to cause, Lessee shall provide the required replacement supply, beginning immediately upon Lessor’s providing evidence to Lessee of the water quality and quantity condition causing concern. Testing of Lessor’s water supply shall be conducted by an independent testing laboratory approved in writing by Lessor qualified to test water for the entire array of chemicals and agents utilized by Lessee in its operations. Lessor’s approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed so long as the testing laboratory is so qualified, and is not an Affiliate as defined in Article III, Section (3)(c) of this Lease. The burden shall be upon Lessee to provide evidence of all such chemicals and agents in order for the testing agent to adequately test the water. Lessee shall pay all costs of testing. Lessor shall be provided complete copies of any and all testing results and data, and shall have full rights to contact the testing lab for inquiry and information.
Water Quality. The priority task of CZ is to reach a good condition of surface and groundwater in accordance with the Directive of the European Parliament and Commission 2000/60/EC, determining the activities of the Community for water policy (hereinafter the Water Directive). A major risk for the quality of surface and groundwater is, in addition to the discharge of pollution from individual sources, also the pollution from area sources (diffusion) and old environmental burdens (old waste landfills, contaminated areas). Most agglomerations are already connected to a sewerage system ending in a water treatment plant in order to meet the requirements of the relevant European legislation. The connection of smaller settlements is still critical, and Prague has still a persistent problem. There are still problems in the extensive pollution of waterways and reservoirs from agricultural activities, sedimentation in water reservoirs by washed topsoil and burdening of groundwater by nitrates, ammonium ions, and pesticides. There are many unused research boreholes in the Czech Republic that are not secured against foreign substances penetrating the groundwater. Therefore, it is very desirable to professionally close off (liquidate) the boreholes in order to decrease the potential risk of polluting groundwater. The number of people who have access to good quality drinking water is slowly growing in the Czech Republic, which is a positive trend in terms of health. Nowadays, 93% of the population is supplied with safe drinking water107. Water consumption for agricultural use, mostly for irrigation, has been gradually growing in the Czech Republic. Mostly surface water is used for these purposes, as well as groundwater (to a lesser extent). Comparisons of 2013 and 2007 show that the surface water consumption increased by 61%, while groundwater consumption by ca 23%108. Development needs: ⮚ Improving the quality and availability of drinking water. ⮚ Reducing the water consumption by limiting the leaks of water from the water supply network. ⮚ Reducing waterways pollution: decreasing the burden on water caused by nutrients, pesticides and soil washed out from the fields by using suitable agro technical procedures reducing the impact of farming on the quality of water. ⮚ Streamlining wastewater treatment. 107 Czech Statistical Office, 2012. 108 Source: Report on Water Management in the Czech Republic (yearbooks)
Water Quality. The drinking water supplied by the Seller (in respect of the Company), Utility, Development, Xxxxxxxx, or any Company Subsidiary to their customers is and has been in compliance with all applicable federal and state drinking water standards except for such failures which are not having as of the date hereof, and are not reasonably likely to have, a Company Material Adverse Effect.
Water Quality. The Cooperative shall deliver Project Water to each Project Participant’s Point of Connection that: (1) is stabilized and of good and uniform quality; (2) meets all applicable federal and state drinking water standards and regulations, including, but not limited to the standards set forth in Chapter 62-550, Florida Administrative Code, as may be amended or superseded from time to time; and, (3) meets whatever disinfection and treatment techniques under this Agreement or set forth in Phase 1 of the Combined Projects ImplementationAgreement. This Section 11.3 shall not apply to Water Offsets used by a Project Participant.
Water Quality. Water-user hereby acknowledges that water being delivered through the System has not had any treatment or chemical modification with intent of potable or consumptive use. Water-user hereby acknowledges obligation and responsibility to ensure water herein delivered is not used for, or intended to be used for, potable or consumptive purposes by Water-user.
Water Quality. The Marina is first and foremost committed to maintaining a pleasant, safe setting for you, your guests, and other vessels. To this end, we ask that you help minimize the impact on the marine environment by: securing oil-absorbing pads in the bilge to collect leaks, maintaining your vessel’s engine(s) at peak operating efficiency cleaning up the bilge after servicing, and using the minimal amount of specialty soap for vessel washing and nothing toxic to the marine environment.