Excessive definition

Excessive meaning either repeated unprofessional use or any single event of consumption giving rise to significant intoxication or unprofessional behavior;
Excessive means paying significantly more for products, services or personnel than the prevailing market rates or the usual practices of the beneficiary (and thus resulting in an avoidable financial loss to the action).
Excessive means at such a flow, rate, magnitude or amount that, in the judgment of the POTW Manager, it may cause damage to any facility or the POTW; may be harmful to the wastewater treatment processes; may adversely affect the management or operation of the POTW or POTW sludge management or disposal; may cause pass through or interference; may violate any pretreatment standard or requirement; may adversely affect the quality of the receiving waters or the ambient air quality; may endanger worker health and safety; may constitute a public nuisance; may be inconsistent with the requirements, purposes or objectives of this Ordinance; or may otherwise adversely impact the public health, safety or welfare or the environment.

Examples of Excessive in a sentence

  • Excessive tardiness may result in loss of privileges, detention, parent conference, and/or suspension.

  • Excessive tardies may result in loss of privileges, detention, parent conference, and/or suspension.

  • Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel or unusual punishment inflicted.

  • Excessive absences can be detrimental to a student’s overall social and cognitive development.

  • Excessive absences shall not be a reason for expulsion or dismissal of a student.


More Definitions of Excessive

Excessive means amounts or concentrations of a constituent of a wastewater which, in the judgment of the Precinct, will cause damage to any sewerage facility, which will be harmful to a wastewater treatment process, which cannot be removed by the wastewater treatment works of the Precinct required to meet the limiting discharge standards of the Wastewater Treatment Plants (facilities), which can otherwise endanger life, limb or public property, and/or which can constitute a nuisance.
Excessive means a rate that is likely to produce a long-term profit that is unreasonably high for the insurance provided. In a competitive market rates shall not be considered excessive;
Excessive sick leave usage is defined as an employee having six (6) sick leave incidents in a twelve (12) month period. The Department Head or designee can require an employee to submit a return to work certificate signed by a physician due to excessive sick leave.
Excessive means in excess of six (6) incidents of personal sick leave in a twelve (12) month period. Use of sick leave for a funeral, a family illness or a scheduled medical or dental appointment shall not constitute a personal incident of sick leave.
Excessive means at such a flow, rate, magnitude or amount that, in the judgment of the Genesee County POTW Manager, it may cause damage to any facility or the Genesee County POTW; may be harmful to the wastewater treatment processes; may adversely affect the
Excessive or "unusual noise" means any sound made by a passenger motor vehicle or a motorcycle at any time under any condition of grade, speed, acceleration or deceleration, which exceeds ninety-two (92) deci- bels, or any lower decibel level that is fixed by law or rules adopted by the board of health and welfare, on the "A" scale of a general radio company no. 1551-B sound level meter, or equivalent, stationed at a distance of not less than twenty (20) feet to the side of a vehicle or motorcycle as the vehicle or motorcycle passes the soundmeter or is stationed not less than twenty (20) feet from a stationary motor or engine.