Commercial Customers definition

Commercial Customers means any premise utilizing collection service where a commercial, industrial or institutional enterprise is carried on, including, without limitation, restaurants, hospitals, schools, day care centers, office buildings, nursing homes, clubs, churches and public facilities, AND MULTI-FAMILY CUSTOMERS.
Commercial Customers means all those persons, corporations, businesses, institutions, facilities (including without limitation schools, industrial sites, offices, office complexes, warehouses, municipal and state buildings, condominium offices and residences, apartment buildings and apartment complexes greater than two units) and other entities which utilize on-premise reusable containers for the purpose of accumulating or holding Solid Waste and Recyclable Materials for subsequent transport and disposal.
Commercial Customers means any Person other than a natural person or an Existing Customer engaged in commerce.

Examples of Commercial Customers in a sentence

  • Customer acknowledges and agrees that these TOS apply only to Small Commercial Customers and that Customer meets the definition of Small Commercial Customer as provided herein.

  • COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS,CLIENTS,AND TENANTS Commercial Customers, Clients, and Tenants.

  • For Residential Customers and Commercial Customers the Premise includes the outlying or adjacent buildings used by the Customer provided the use of the service in the outlying or adjacent buildings is supplemental to the service used in the main residence or building.

  • CURTAILMENT PRIORITIESCurtailment to the extent necessary as determined by the Company, up to and including complete curtailment shall be done in accordance with the following list of priorities, starting with the lowest priority, Priority 5.Priority 1: Essential human needs Customers.Priority 2: All other Customers other than Priority 1 Customers will be curtailed to the extent necessary as determined by the Company.Priority 3: Commercial Customers using above 4,000 Ccf per year.

  • Priority 4: Commercial Customers using above 15,000 Ccf per year.


More Definitions of Commercial Customers

Commercial Customers means customers who are not household customers. [RT I 2007, 23, 120 – entry into force 01.05.2007]
Commercial Customers. In the event of a billing dispute involving Power Up’s service, Customer should contact Power Up’s Customer Service Center as provided above. Customer must pay the undisputed amount of its bill in full during the pendency of the dispute. If the parties cannot resolve the dispute within forty-five (45) days, either party may avail itself of all remedies available under law or equity. The BPU will monitor inquiries and contacts from Non-Residential customers regarding TPS and an excessive number of confirmed complaints may result in Power Up no longer being eligible to supply electricity in New Jersey. The BPU can be reached at the information provided above.
Commercial Customers means purchasers who are not end users (e.g., contractors, home builders, multi-unit property owners); but does not include purchasers of multiple copies of the same SKU (even by contractors, home builders, etc.) that are sold in store operated by Buyer, its Affiliates and/or the SHO Authorized Sellers and picked up by the purchaser at such store (or picked up at such store by a third party arranged by the purchaser without assistance from Buyer, Affiliates or the SHO Authorized Sellers).
Commercial Customers means customers engaged primarily in the sale of goods or services including institutions and local, state, and federal agencies for uses other than those involving manufacturing.
Commercial Customers means those customers of a utility who run any business described in Standard Industrial Classification Groups 40 through 86, and 89 through 99, and which do not treat sewage or manufacture goods or provide other process-oriented services.
Commercial Customers means those Owners and/or occupants of establishments devoted in whole or in part to a business enterprise, whether public or private in nature and whether nonprofit or for profit.
Commercial Customers. In the event of a billing dispute involving Pure Energy’s service, Customer should contact Pure Energy’s Customer Service Center as provided above. Customer must pay the undisputed amount of its bill in full during the pendency of the dispute. If the parties cannot resolve the dispute within forty-five (45) days, either party may avail itself of all remedies available under law or equity. The BPU will monitor inquiries and contacts from Non-Residential customers regarding TPS and an excessive number of confirmed complaints may result in Pure Energy no longer being eligible to supply electricity in New Jersey. The BPU can be reached at the information provided above. PE_NJ_EN V1.0.25.20 Toll Free 1‐866‐234‐8184 ● xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx