Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs definition

Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant Government department in relation to such regulations;
Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs means to conserve energy, water, wood, paper and other resources, reduce waste and phase out the use of ozone depleting substances and minimise the release of greenhouse gases, volatile organic compounds and other substances damaging to health and the environment, including any written environmental policy of the Customer;"Environmental Policy"means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant government department in relation to such regulations;"Estimated Year 1 Call Off Contract Charges"means the sum in pounds estimated by the Customer to be payable by it to the Supplier as the total aggregate Call Off Contract Charges from the Call Off Commencement Date until the end of the first Call Off Contract Year stipulated in section C of the Order Form;"Euro Compliant"means that: (i) the introduction of the euro within any part(s) of the UK shall not affect the performance or functionality of any relevant items nor cause such items to malfunction, end abruptly, provide invalid results or adversely affect the Customer’s business; (ii) all currency-reliant and currency- related functions (including all calculations concerning financial data) of any relevant items enable the introduction and operation of the euro; and (iii) in particular each and every relevant item shall, to the extent it performs or relies upon currency-related functions (including all calculations concerning financial data): be able to perform all such functions in any number of currencies and/or in Euros; during any transition phase applicable to the relevant part(s) of the UK, be able to deal with multiple currencies and, in relation to the euro and the national currency of the relevant part(s) of the UK, dual denominations; recognise accept, display and print all the euro currency symbols and alphanumeric codes which may be adopted by any government and other European Union body in relation to the euro; incorporate protocols for dealing with rounding and currency conversion; recognise data irrespective of the currency in which it is expressed (which includes the euro) and express any output data in the national currency of the relevant part(s) of the UK and/or the euro; and permit the input of data in euro and display an outcome in euro where such data, supporting the Customer’s normal business practices, operates in euro and/or the national currency of the relevant part(s) of the UK;

More Definitions of Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs

Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant government department in relation to such regulations; Escrow Agreement means the Agreement between the Supplier and the Escrow provider, incorporating the terms and conditions in relation to the Contracting Authority’s Escrowed Material. Escrowed Materials means the list of software listed in Schedule 9Supplier Software, Customer Software and Third Party Software (Escrowed Materials)
Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant Government department in relation to such regulations;"Estimated Year 1 Call Off Contract Charges"means the sum in pounds estimated by the Customer to be payable by it to the Supplier as the total aggregate Call Off Contract Charges from the Call Off Commencement Date until the end of the first Call Off Contract Year stipulated in the Call Off Order Form;“Exit Plan”means the exit plan described in paragraph 5 of Call Off Schedule 9 (Exit Management);"Expedited Dispute Timetable"means the timetable set out in paragraph 5 of Call Off Schedule 11 (Dispute Resolution Procedure);"FOIA"means the Freedom of Information Act 2000 as amended from time to time and any subordinate legislation made under that Act from time to time together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant Government department in relation to such legislation;"Force Majeure"means any event, occurrence, circumstance, matter or cause affecting the performance by either the Customer or the Supplier of its obligations arising from:a) acts, events, omissions, happenings or non- happenings beyond the reasonable control of the Affected Party which prevent or materially delay the Affected Party from performing its obligations under this Call Off Contract;b) riots, civil commotion, war or armed conflict, acts of terrorism, nuclear, biological or chemical warfare;c) acts of the Crown, local government or Regulatory Bodies;d) fire, flood or any disaster; ande) an industrial dispute affecting a third party for which a substitute third party is not reasonably available but excluding:i) any industrial dispute relating to the Supplier, the Supplier Personnel (including any subsets of them) or any other failure in the Supplier or the Sub-Contractor's supply chain; andii) any event, occurrence, circumstance, matter or cause which is attributable to the wilful act, neglect or failure to take reasonable precautions against it by the Party concerned; andiii) any failure of delay caused by a lack of funds;"Force Majeure Notice"means a written notice served by the Affected Party on the other Party stating that the Affected Party believes thatthere is a Force Majeure Event;
Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs has the meaning given to it in Framework Schedule 1 (Definitions);

Related to Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs

  • Environmental Information Regulations means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant government department in relation to such regulations.

  • Environmental Information means any information in written, visual, aural, electronic or any other material form on:

  • Environmental Regulations has the meaning set forth in Section 4.12(b).

  • Department of Information Technology means the principal department of state government created by Executive Order 2001-3, MCL 18.41.

  • Waste Materials means any Contamination-causing solid, semi-solid, or liquid material discarded, buried, or otherwise present on the Property, and may include sludge, slag, or solid waste materials such as empty containers and demolition debris or materials containing asbestos, lead-based paint, or petroleum or other contaminants.

  • Medical information means any individually identifiable information, in electronic or physical form, in possession of or derived from a provider of health care, health care service plan, pharmaceutical company, or contractor regarding a patient's medical history, mental or physical condition, or treatment and shall have the meaning given to such term under California Civil Code § 56.05.

  • Information Disclosure Requirements means the requirements to disclose information under:

  • Information Regulator means the Regulator established in terms of section 39 of POPIA;

  • Environmental Infrastructure System means the Environmental Infrastructure Facilities of the Borrower, including the Project, for which the Borrower is receiving the Loan.

  • Business Confidential Information or "BCI" means any business information regardless of whether contained in a document provided by a public or private body that a Party or Third Party has "Designated as BCI" because it is not otherwise available in the public domain and its disclosure could, in the Party's or Third Party's view, cause harm to the originators of the information. Each Party and Third Party shall act in good faith and exercise restraint in designating information as BCI, and will endeavour to designate information as BCI only if its disclosure would cause harm to the originators of the information.

  • Other Confidential Consumer Information The Contractor agrees to comply with the requirements of AHS Rule No. 08-048 concerning access to information. The Contractor agrees to comply with any applicable Vermont State Statute, including but not limited to 12 VSA §1612 and any applicable Board of Health confidentiality regulations. The Contractor shall ensure that all of its employees and subcontractors performing services under this agreement understand the sensitive nature of the information that they may have access to and sign an affirmation of understanding regarding the information’s confidential and non- public nature.

  • Disclosure to information norm means the Policy shall be void and all premium paid hereon shall be forfeited to the Company, in the event of misrepresentation, mis-description or non-disclosure of any material fact.

  • the Environmental Statement means the document certified as the environmental statement by the Secretary of State for the purposes of the Order;

  • Environmental Inspections is defined in Section 6.12(e).

  • Information Technology Resources means agency budgetary resources, personnel, equipment, facilities, or services that are primarily used in the management, operation, acquisition, disposition, and transformation, or other activity related to the lifecycle of information technology; acquisitions or interagency agreements that include information technology and the services or equipment provided by such acquisitions or interagency agreements; but does not include grants to third parties which establish or support information technology not operated directly by the Federal Government. (0MB M-15-14)

  • Environmental Safeguards means the principles and requirements set forth in Chapter V, Appendix 1, and Appendix 4 (as applicable) of the SPS;

  • Confidential commercial or financial information means any business information (other than trade secrets) which is exempt from the mandatory disclosure requirement of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552. Exemptions from mandatory disclosure which may be applicable to business information contained in proposals include exemption (4), which covers “commercial and financial information obtained from a person and privileged or confidential,” and exemption (9), which covers “geological and geophysical information, including maps, concerning wells.”

  • Nonpublic Personal Information means nonpublic personal financial information and nonpublic personal health information.

  • Seller Information means any information relating to Seller, the Mortgage Loans and/or the underwriting guidelines relating to the Mortgage Loans set forth in the Prospectus Supplement, the Offering Circular, the ABS Informational and Computational Materials or the Free Writing Prospectus [and static pool information regarding mortgage loans originated or acquired by the Seller [and included in the Prospectus Supplement, the Offering Circular, the ABS Informational and Computational Materials or the Free Writing Prospectus] [incorporated by reference from the website located at ______________].

  • Confidential commercial information means records provided to the govern- ment by a submitter that arguably contain material exempt from release under Exemption 4 of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552(b)(4), be- cause disclosure could reasonably be expected to cause substantial competi- tive harm.

  • Business Information means information, oral, electronic, or in writing, that is either of such a nature that a party should reasonably believe it to be confidential or is designated as confidential by either party, including, without limitation, any information or other materials that either party exchanges with the other party or its Representatives in any form and in any media now or hereafter developed, or other information, the tampering with which, or unauthorized Use of which, would cause a material adverse impact to the business operations or security of a party. If information is designated as confidential, such designation will be in any written form which clearly communicates that the nonpublic business or financial information is confidential. The term “Business Information” will not include any information that: (i) is or becomes part of the public domain or is publicly available through no act or omission or through no breach of any contracts; (ii) is known at the time of disclosure without an obligation to keep it confidential, as evidenced by documentation in possession at the time of such disclosure; (iii) becomes rightfully known from another source without restriction on Use; or (iv) has been independently developed without the use of or any reference to Business Information.

  • Environmental and Safety Laws means any federal, state or local laws, ordinances, codes, regulations, rules, policies and orders that are intended to assure the protection of the environment, or that classify, regulate, call for the remediation of, require reporting with respect to, or list or define air, water, groundwater, solid waste, hazardous or toxic substances, materials, wastes, pollutants or contaminants, or which are intended to assure the safety of employees, workers or other persons, including the public.

  • Waste Material means (1) any “hazardous substance” under Section 101(14) of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. § 9601(14); (2) any pollutant or contaminant under Section 101(33) of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. § 9601(33); (3) any “solid waste” under Section 1004(27) of RCRA, 42 U.S.C. § 6903(27); and (4) any “hazardous substance” under Wis. Stat. § 292.01.

  • Information Technology (see 40 U.S.C 11101(6)) means, in lieu of the definition at FAR 2.1, any equipment, or interconnected system(s) or subsystem(s) of equipment, that is used in the automatic acquisition, storage, analysis, evaluation, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information by the agency.

  • Project specific information means such part of the Instructions to Consultants used to reflect specific project and assignment conditions.