Discharge definition

Discharge means, with respect to any Shared Collateral and any Series of First Lien Obligations, the date on which such Series of First Lien Obligations is no longer secured by such Shared Collateral. The termDischarged” shall have a corresponding meaning.
Discharge means, with respect to any Shared Collateral and any Debt Facility, the date on which such Debt Facility and the Senior Obligations or Second Priority Debt Obligations thereunder, as the case may be, are no longer secured by such Shared Collateral pursuant to the terms of the documentation governing such Debt Facility. The term “Discharged” shall have a corresponding meaning.
Discharge means any manner of spilling, leaking, dumping, discharging, releasing or emitting, as any of such terms may further be defined in any Environmental Law, into any medium including, without limitation, ground water, surface water, soil or air.

Examples of Discharge in a sentence

Discharge of LiabilityWe may at any time pay to You in connection with any claim or series of claims:(a) the amount of the Limit of Indemnity or(b) any lesser amount for which such claim or claims can be settled less any sum or sums already paid as Compensation.On payment We shall relinquish the conduct and control of and be under no further liability in connection with such claim or claims except for the payment of Costs and Expenses incurred prior to the date of such payment.

Monitoring data required by this permit shall be submitted monthly on Ohio EPA 4500 Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) forms using the electronic DMR (e-DMR) internet application.

FTCs include, but are not limited to, the following: • Elevated Risk Conferences;• Initial Child Safety Conferences;• Follow Up Child Safety Conferences;• Trial Discharge Conferences;• Final Discharge Conferences;• Follow-up Family Team Conferences including 12 month Permanency Conference and 30-45 day Permanency Planning Conferences; and• Service Termination Conferences.

This value of percent total solids shall be used to calculate the total Sewage Sludge Weight (Discharge Monitoring Report code 70316) and/or total Sewage Sludge Fee Weight (Discharge Monitoring Report code 51129) removed from the treatment plant on that day.

These requirements are im- plemented through National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits issued under section 402 of the Clean Water Act (CWA).

More Definitions of Discharge

Discharge means dispose, deposit, spill, pour, inject, seep, dump, leak or place by any means, or that which is disposed, deposited, spilled, poured, injected, seeped, dumped, leaked, or placed by any means including any direct or indirect entry of any solid or liquid matter into the municipal separate storm sewer system.
Discharge means the addition of a pollutant to waters of the state, including a release of animal Manure or process wastewater from an animal holding area, Manure storage area, or a Manure land application site by leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, dumping, escaping, seeping, leaching, or any other means. Discharge includes both point source and nonpoint source discharges.
Discharge means any spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, or dumping.
Discharge means emission of any water, substance, or material into waters of the state whether or not such substance causes pollution.
Discharge means, when used without qualification, a discharge of a pollutant, or any addition of any pollutant or combination of pollutants, to state waters or waters of the contiguous zone or ocean other than a discharge from a vessel or other floating craft when being used as a means of transportation.