Repair definition

Repair means to restore to proper operating condition a tank, pipe, spill prevention equipment, overfill prevention equipment, corrosion protection equipment, release detection equipment or other UST system component that has caused a release of product from the UST system or has failed to function properly.
Repair means to restore a tank or UST system component that has caused a release of product from the UST system.

Examples of Repair in a sentence

  • Repair bathrooms (plaster), painting, laying cement blocks, re-brick church display sign.

  • Due to the General Assembly reallocating funding for Metro’s State of Good Repair Initiative, the Board deferred a number of bike and pedestrian projects last year.

  • Repair recommendations must have been the result of a DEF-approved duct test, or follow the Agency approved protocol.

  • At the time of its greatest boom, the state- owned company Aircraft Repair Works Trenčín employed several thousand employees in various positions requiring a wide range of highly skilled and highly specialised personnel for the aviation and armaments industries.

  • Repair our natural environment: Repairing nature and biodiversity must be a priority for the benefit of our wider economy, for climate and for the health of our citizens.


More Definitions of Repair

Repair means in relation to every part of the Station the carrying out, in accordance with the specifications (if any) set out in Annex 11 or determined pursuant to Annex 10, of:
Repair means the provisions of such facilities and the making of additions, or alterations or the taking of such action as may be required so that the property shall conform to the standards established in this By-law.
Repair means that equipment is adjusted, or otherwise altered, in order to eliminate a leak.
Repair means to restore a decayed or damaged resource to a good or sound condition by any process. A repair that changes the external appearance of a resource constitutes work for purposes of this act.