Chemical substance definition

Chemical substance means any chemical substance, including but not limited to any: (i) pollutant, contaminant, irritant, chemical, raw material, intermediate, product, by-product, slag, construction debris; (ii) industrial, solid, liquid or gaseous toxic or hazardous substance, material or waste; (iii) petroleum or any fraction thereof; (iv) asbestos or asbestos-containing material; (v) polychlorinated biphenyl; (vi) chlorofluorocarbons; and, (vii) any other substance, material or waste, which is identified or regulated under any Environmental Law or Safety Law, as now and hereinafter in effect, or other comparable laws.
Chemical substance means a substance intended to be used as a precursor in the manufacture of a controlled substance or any other chemical intended to be used in the manufacture of a controlled substance. Intent under this subsection may be demonstrated by the substance's use, quantity, manner of storage, or proximity to other precursors or to manufacturing equipment.
Chemical substance means any natural or artificial substance, whether in the form of a solid, liquid, gas or vapour, other than a biological substance. (« substance chimique »)

Examples of Chemical substance in a sentence

Chemical substance addiction or abuse, conviction of a felony or other crimes involving moral turpitude, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition and compliance with tournament rules, shall be grounds for rejecting any application for participation and/or for disqualification after circumstances are reviewed by the Tournament Director.

Chemical substance addiction or abuse, conviction of a felony or other crimes involving moral turpitude, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition and compliance with tournament rules shall be grounds for rejecting any application for participation and/or for disqualification.

Chemical substance which deems necessary for Risk Assessment from the result of Hazard Examination.② The Minister of Environment may order a registrant to submit necessary data for Risk Assessment as prescribed by the Ministerial Decree if necessary for Risk Assessment.③ The Minister of Environment may take necessary measures as prescribed by the Presidential Decree to minimize the risks based on the result of Risk Assessment.

Chemical substance addiction or abuse, conviction of a felony or other crimes involving moral turpitude, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition and compliance with tournament rules shall be grounds for rejecting any application for participation and for disqualification.

Chemical substance addiction or abuse, conviction of a felony or other crimes involving moral turpitude, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition and compliance with tournament rules shall be grounds for rejecting any application for participation and fordisqualification.


More Definitions of Chemical substance

Chemical substance means alcohol, wine, spirits and beer as defined in Iowa Code chapter 123 and controlled substances as defined in Iowa Code section 124.101.
Chemical substance means any (i) chemical substance, pollutant, contaminant, constituent, chemical, mixture, raw material, intermediate, product or byproduct that is regulated (including any requirement for the reporting of any Release thereof) under any HSE Law or defined or listed as an industrial, toxic, deleterious, harmful, radioactive, infectious, disease-causing or hazardous substance, material or waste under any HSE Law, and (ii) petroleum or any fraction thereof, asbestos or asbestos-containing material or polychlorinated biphenyls ("PCBs").
Chemical substance means any compound which, when suitably disseminated, produces incapacitating, damaging or lethal effects on people, animals, plants or material property.
Chemical substance means any organic or inorganic substance of a particular molecular identity excluding radioactive materials and includes – any element or uncombined chemical; and any combination of such substances; or any mixture of two or more chemical substances.
Chemical substance means alcohol, wine, spirits, and beer as defined in chapter 123 and controlled substances as defined in section 124.101.
Chemical substance means alcohol, wine, spirits, and beer as defined in Iowa Code chapter 123 and drugs as defined in Iowa Code section 203A.2, subsection 3, which when used improperly could result in chemical de­ pendency.