Environmental Action definition

Environmental Action means any written complaint, summons, citation, notice, directive, order, claim, litigation, investigation, judicial or administrative proceeding, judgment, letter, or other written communication from any Governmental Authority, or any third party involving violations of Environmental Laws or releases of Hazardous Materials (a) from any assets, properties, or businesses of any Borrower, any Subsidiary of any Borrower, or any of their predecessors in interest, (b) from adjoining properties or businesses, or (c) from or onto any facilities which received Hazardous Materials generated by any Borrower, any Subsidiary of any Borrower, or any of their predecessors in interest.

Examples of Environmental Action in a sentence

  • In addition, as part of its Community Environmental Action and Justice Fund, CEH will use four percent of such funds to award grants to grassroots environmental justice groups working to educate and protect people from exposures to toxic chemicals.

  • Nothing in this subparagraph shall preclude the payment or reimbursement of the Emergency Environmental Action through the annual budget or budget revision process.

  • These records will include: • Environmental Action Schedule;• Licences and approvals;• Results of inspections by Environmental Manager/ Project Manager;• Other environmental surveys and investigations; and• Environmental equipment test records.8.2.6 The CEMP will be updated as necessary, with a full review as required (at least quarterly) throughout the construction period.

  • StakeholdersKey stakeholders are the following:• National Environment Agency (NEA): works to implement the policy objectives of the Gambia Environmental Action Plan, through programme areas such as Environmental Education & Communication, Environmental Quality Programme, Environmental Impact Assessment and Elimination of Ozone Depleting Substances, among others.

  • Prime Minister of Japan Opening Ceremony, 14 December, 2020 In the presence of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress, I would like to offer a few words on this occasion of the 12th Global Environmental Action International Conference being held here today.


More Definitions of Environmental Action

Environmental Action means (a) any notice, claim, demand or other written or, to the knowledge of any Responsible Officer of Borrower, oral communication alleging liability of Borrower or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries for investigation, remediation, removal, cleanup, response, corrective action or other costs, damages to natural resources, personal injury, property damage, fines or penalties resulting from, related to or arising out of (i) the presence, Release or threatened Release in or into the Environment of Hazardous Material at any location or (ii) any violation of Environmental Law, and shall include, without limitation, any claim seeking damages, contribution, indemnification, cost recovery, compensation or injunctive relief resulting from, related to or arising out of the presence, Release or threatened Release of Hazardous Material or alleged injury or threat of injury to human health, safety or the Environment arising under Environmental Law and (b) any investigation, monitoring, removal or remedial activities undertaken by or on behalf of Borrower or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries, arising under Environmental Law whether or not such activities are carried out voluntarily.
Environmental Action means the pending case of United States v. Luminant Generation Company LLC, et al., 3:13-cv-3236-K (N.D. Tex.).
Environmental Action means any summons, citation, notice of investigation or judicial or administrative proceeding, action, suit, abatement order or other order, judgment, decree or directive (conditional or otherwise) from any Governmental Authority, or any written notice of violation, complaint, claim, or other demand from any Person arising (i) pursuant to Environmental Laws, (ii) in connection with any actual or alleged violation of, or liability pursuant to, Environmental Laws, including any Permits issued pursuant to Environmental Laws, (iii) in connection with any Hazardous Materials, including the presence or Release of, or exposure to, any Hazardous Materials and any abatement, removal, remedial, corrective or other response action related to Hazardous Materials, or (iv) in connection with any actual or alleged damage, injury, threat or harm to health, safety or the Environment.
Environmental Action means any claim, order, notice of violation, or notice of potential liability, issued against the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries, or any proceeding or governmental investigation, instituted with respect to the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries, under or pursuant to any Environmental Law.