Environmental Harm definition

Environmental Harm means serious or material environmental harm or environmental nuisance as defined in the Environmental Protection Xxx 0000 (Qld);
Environmental Harm means any of the following—
Environmental Harm means direct or indirect

Examples of Environmental Harm in a sentence

  • Environmental Harm Any actual or threatened adverse impact on, or damage to, the Environment.

  • An exploration or mineral development project that is considered to present a low risk of causing Serious Environmental Harm* under the Environmental Protection Act 1994 will be assessed as a Standard Mining Activity*.

  • Environmental Incident Any Environmental Harm or Contamination caused by or in relation to the Services.

  • Environmental Incident Any Environmental Harm or Contamination arising out of or in connection with the Contractor's Activities or the Works.

  • The Proponent shall not cause or allow Material or Serious Environmental Harm outside the Terrestrial Disturbance Footprint.


More Definitions of Environmental Harm

Environmental Harm has the meaning given to that term in the Environmental Protection Xxx 0000 (Qld).
Environmental Harm means injury, death, loss, or threatened loss to a person or property caused by exposure to or the release of a hazardous substance.
Environmental Harm means any actual or threatened adverse impact on, or damage to, the Environment.
Environmental Harm means the individual or cumulative
Environmental Harm means an adverse impact on land, air, or water resources (including plant and animal life) that is not contemplated by the permit.
Environmental Harm means the consequence of any activity on the environment, (including air, water, soil, micro-organisms, plant and animal life, aesthetic and cultural properties, land, surface land and sub-surface land) in the form of either contamination, pollution or impairment of the environment, but shall not include harm to any person or persons;
Environmental Harm means a result of human activity which may: