Environmental Audit definition

Environmental Audit means, with respect to each Property, a Phase One environmental site assessment (the scope and performance of which meets or exceeds the then most current ASTM Standard Practice E1527 for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase One Environmental Site Assessment Process) of such Property.
Environmental Audit. As defined in Subsection 8.3(b).
Environmental Audit has the meaning specified in Section 6.13(c).

Examples of Environmental Audit in a sentence

  • Include relevant photographs in the Final Environmental Audit Report.

  • Copies of all completed checklists will be attached as Annexures to the Environmental Audit Report as required in terms of the EIA Regulations.

  • An Environmental Audit should be annually carried out during the operational phase and submitted to the SEIAA.

  • An acceptable updated Environmental Audit Report, together with a reliance letter to Florida Housing, prepared within 90 days of closing, unless otherwise approved by Florida Housing, and legal counsel, based upon the particular circumstances of the transaction.

  • Pursuant to Clause 45.03 of the Yarra Planning Scheme, the requirements of the Environmental Audit Overlay must be met prior to the commencement of development permitted under the permit.

More Definitions of Environmental Audit

Environmental Audit means the systematic, documented, periodic and objective evaluation of how well environmental organisation, management and equipment are performing in conserving or preserving the environment;
Environmental Audit means any environmental audit, review or testing of the Property performed by Buyer or any third party or consultant engaged by Buyer to conduct such study.
Environmental Audit means, with respect to each parcel of Land, a Phase I Environmental Assessment, dated no more than 90 days prior to the related Closing Date, by an environmental services firm satisfactory to the Funding Parties and Concord.
Environmental Audit means an audit of the Tenant’s activities on the Premises to be commissioned by the Landlord from time to time but not more than once per year;
Environmental Audit means a review for the purpose of determining whether the Company and each Subsidiary complies with Environmental Laws and whether there exists any condition or circumstance which requires or will require a cleanup, removal, or other remedial action under Environmental Laws on the part of the Company or any Subsidiary including, but not limited to, some or all of the following:
Environmental Audit means a voluntary and internal evaluation conducted on or after the effective date of this part of 1 or more facilities or an activity at 1 or more facilities regulated under state, federal, regional, or local laws or ordinances, or of environmental management systems or processes related to the facilities or activity, or of a previously corrected specific instance of noncompliance, that is designed to identify historical or current noncompliance and prevent noncompliance or improve compliance with 1 or more of those laws, or to identify an environmental hazard, contamination, or other adverse environmental condition, or to improve an environmental management system or process. Once initiated, an audit shall be completed within a reasonable time, not to exceed 6 months, unless a written request for an extension is approved by the director on reasonable grounds.
Environmental Audit means any evaluation, inspection, assessment, study or test performed at the request of or on behalf of a governmental authority, including but not limited to, a public liaison committee, as well as a self-evaluation, whether or not required by Environmental Law.