Examples of Applicable Environmental Laws in a sentence
Hazardous Materials means any material, waste, chemical, mixture or byproduct which: (a) is or is subsequently defined, listed, or designated under Applicable Environmental Laws (defined below) as a pollutant, or as a contaminant, or as toxic or hazardous; or (b) is harmful to or threatens to harm public health, safety, ecology, or the environment and which is or hereafter becomes subject to regulation by any federal, state or local governmental authority or agency.
There have been no Hazardous Discharges which were not in compliance with Applicable Environmental Laws other than Hazardous Discharges which would not, individually or in the aggregate, have a Material Adverse Effect.
Lessee shall cause all Lessee Hazardous Materials Activities to be performed in strict conformance to Applicable Environmental Laws.
To the Knowledge of the Contributor, there are no Environmental Liabilities resulting from any breach of Applicable Environmental Laws pertaining to the use or operation on the Contributor Properties or under the Oil and Gas Leases or otherwise on or prior to the Closing Date that would have a Material Adverse Effect.
The Borrower and its Subsidiaries are not in violation of or subject to any existing, pending or, to the best of the Borrower's knowledge, threatened investigation or inquiry by any Tribunal or to any remedial obligations under any Applicable Environmental Laws, the effect of which could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.