Water Storage Sample Clauses

Water Storage. All water storage facilities (WSF; e.g., reservoirs, storage tanks, and bladders tanks) should be located outside bed, bank or channel of a stream. Covers/lids shall be securely affixed to water tanks at all times to prevent entry by wildlife. Permittee shall cease all water diversion at the point of diversion when WSFs are filled to capacity.
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Water Storage. ‘‘Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of En- gineers, is authorized to store 200,000 acre-feet of Rio Grande system water at Abiquiu Dam, New Mexico, in lieu of the water storage authorized by section 5 of Public Law 97–140 [set out below], to the extent that contracting entities under section 5 of Public Law 97–140 no longer require such storage. The Secretary is authorized further to acquire lands adjacent to Abiquiu Dam on which the Secretary holds easements as of the date of enactment of this Act [Oct. 24, 1988] if such ac- quisition is necessary to assure proper recreational ac- cess at Abiquiu Dam. The Secretary is further directed to report to Congress as soon as possible with recom- mendations on additional easements that may be re- quired to assure implementation of this Act.
Water Storage. Developer shall design, fund, and construct a “Water Storage Site” containing a water storage tank for culinary water and a transmission main line from the well site located on property being donated to the City by Xxxx Land TK, LLC to the Subject Property and any After Acquired Property. The general location of the transmission line from the well site to the Subject Property and any After Acquired Property shall be approved by the City, and if located upon private property, be within a properly dedicated utility easement. The water storage tank shall have sufficient capacity to serve the Firelight Community that cannot be served by the City’s present water storage and distribution system. If the transmission main line is located within the Subject Property or any After Acquired Property, Developer shall dedicate to the City said line and a perpetual easement for access and maintenance upon completion and final inspection and acceptance by the City. If the Water Storage Site or a portion of the transmission main line is located on 10 All setbacks are measured from the building to the property line (or back of curb on private streets). 11 As measured from public streets. 12 As measured from private streets. property other than land within the Subject Property, the City shall procure fee ownership of the Water Storage Site and a perpetual easement for the installation, access and maintenance of the transmission main line from the third party property owner at its sole expense.
Water Storage. NAH shall construct a water storage tank and the associated waterlines to connect it to the Zone ‘B’ system. The tank shall store a minimum net volume of 685,000 gallons and must be placed at an elevation that will provide adequate pressure for the zone ‘B’ system. The City of Flagstaff has confirmed that there is sufficient storage capacity for the ACC, but anything constructed after the ACC shall require the tank to be constructed prior to certificate of occupancy. The City of Flagstaff has agreed to acquire the appropriate land rights necessary to place the tank(s) and convey the water from the tanks(s) to the public distribution system. In the event the City is unable to obtain the necessary land rights, NAH shall be responsible for finding an appropriate location for the 685,000-gallon water tank prior to any certificate of occupancy beyond the ACC. The City of Flagstaff is currently evaluating an upsize of the tank to approximately 2 million gallons. If requested by the City, NAH shall construct an upsized water tank. Any additional costs affiliated with the upsized storage will be reimbursed by the City beyond the required 685,000 gallons. Should the City desire to upsize the tank, NAH acknowledges that public procurement requirements may apply. The City’s Procurement Director will make a determination on procurement requirements at the time NAH has approved civil plans for the tank.

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  • WATERBEDS The Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Shall have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises. ☐ - Shall not have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises.

  • TOOL STORAGE 1. A company shall provide on all construction jobs in towns and cities, and elsewhere where reasonably necessary and practicable (or if requested buy the employee), a suitable and secure waterproof lock-up solely for the purpose of storing employees’ tools, and on multi-storey and major projects the company shall provide, where possible, a suitable lock-up for employees’ tools within a reasonable distance of the work area of large groups of employees.

  • Pipelines Developer shall have no interest in the pipeline gathering system, which gathering system shall remain the sole property of Operator or its Affiliates and shall be maintained at their sole cost and expense.

  • Water Provide hot water for lavatory purposes and cold water for drinking, lavatory and toilet purposes.

  • Water Service The Purchase Price for the Property shall include all water rights/water shares, if any, that are the legal source for Seller’s current culinary water service and irrigation water service, if any, to the Property. The water rights/water shares will be conveyed or otherwise transferred to Buyer at Closing by applicable deed or legal instruments. The following water rights/water shares, if applicable, are specifically excluded from this sale:

  • Off-Site Storage With prior approval by the Owner and in the event Contractor elects to store materials at an off-site location, abide by the following conditions, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Owner.

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