Environmental Documents definition

Environmental Documents means, for any Person: (A) any and all documents received by the Person or its Subsidiaries from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) or any other Governmental Entity concerning the environmental condition of any property owned, leased or operated at any time by the Person or any Subsidiary of the Person, or the effect of the Person’s business operations or the business operations of any Subsidiary of the Person on the environmental condition of such property; (B) any and all documents submitted by the Person or any Subsidiary of the Person during the past five years to the EPA or any state, county or municipal environmental or health agency concerning the environmental condition of any property owned, leased or operated at any time by the Person or any Subsidiary of the Person, or the effect of the Person’s business operations or the business operations of any Subsidiary of the Person on the environmental condition of such property, and (C) any report, study, assessment, audit, or other similar document that addresses any issue of actual or potential noncompliance with, actual or potential liability under or cost arising out of, or actual or potential impact on business in connection with, any Environmental Law or any proposed or anticipated change in or addition to Environmental Law, that may in any way affect the Person or any entity for which it may be liable or any Subsidiary of the Person.
Environmental Documents means all environmental documents in the possession or under the control of the producing party concerning the Premises, the Common Areas or the Development, and their environs, including without limitation, all sampling plans, cleanup plans, preliminary assessment plans and reports, site investigation plans and reports, remedial investigation plans and reports, remedial actions plans and reports, or the equivalent, sampling results, sampling result reports, data, diagrams, charts, maps, analysis, conclusions, quality assurance/quality control documentation, correspondence to or from any Governmental Authority, submissions to any Governmental Authority and directives, orders, approvals and disapprovals issued by any Governmental Authority.
Environmental Documents means all environmental documentation concerning the Building or the Office Building Area, of which the Premises is a part, or its environs, in the possession or under the control of Lessee, including, without limitation, plans, reports, correspondence and submissions. During the term of this Lease and subsequently, promptly upon receipt by Lessee or Lessee's Representatives, Lessee shall deliver to Lessor all Environmental Documents concerning or generated by or on behalf of Lessee, whether currently or hereafter existing. In addition, Lessee shall promptly notify Lessor of any environmental condition of which Lessee has knowledge, which may exist in, on, under, or about, or may be migrating from or onto the Building or the Office Building Area.

Examples of Environmental Documents in a sentence

  • However, the final design will be based on the outcomes of the routing study, geotechnical and cadastral surveys, poles spotting and the Social Environmental documents (ESIA, and ESMP).

  • Environmental documents sent to the City for review should be forwarded to the Community Development Department for distribution to specific City departments as applicable.


More Definitions of Environmental Documents

Environmental Documents means all environmental documentation in the possession or under the control of Landlord concerning the Property or its environs, including without limitation all sampling plans, cleanup plans, preliminary assessment plans and reports, site investigation plans and reports, remedial investigation plans and reports, remedial action plans and reports or the equivalent, sampling results, sampling result reports, data, diagrams, charts, maps, analyses, conclusions, quality assurance/quality control documentation, correspondence to or from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) or any other municipal, county, state or federal governmental authority, submissions to the NJDEP or any other municipal, county, state or federal governmental authority and directives, orders, approvals, and disapprovals issued by the NJDEP or any other municipal, county, state or federal governmental authority.
Environmental Documents means draft environmental impact reports (draft EIR), final environmental impact reports (final EIR), initial studies, negative declarations, notices of preparation, notices of determination, notices of exemption and statements of findings and overriding considerations, and the documentation prepared by the Commission or its Staff for a certified regulatory program in compliance with Section 21080.5 of the Public Resources Code.
Environmental Documents means those documents that are in Seller's possession and that are, (1) to the best of Seller's Knowledge, material with respect to Environmental Conditions at the Terminal and (2) listed on Schedule 7.2.
Environmental Documents means those documents that are in Seller’s possession and are, to Seller’s Knowledge, material with respect to Environmental Conditions at the Terminal, a complete list of which is on Schedule 7.2.
Environmental Documents. As such term is defined in Section 6.1. ENVIRONMENTAL INDEMNITOR: Individually, Borrower and each Guarantor, collectively referred to as Environmental Indemnitors.