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This Agreement is made on the [insert date]:
[insert sewerage undertaker's name] (sewerage undertaker) whose registered office is at [address] ('the Undertaker'), and
[insert owner and occupier of trade premises' name] (owner and occupier of trade premises) whose registered office is at [insert address] ('the Company')
It is agreed:
means the trade premises at [insert address]
means the trade or industry of [specify] carried on by the Company at the Premises
means the trade effluent described in clause 2.2 produced by the Company in the course of the Trade
means the sewer situated [specify location] [and shown marked by a [red] line on the attached plan]
means Water Industry Act 1991
[Environment Agency's determination
means the determination dated [insert date] under reference [specify] made by the Environment Agency under [Section 120 of the Act in respect of the Application OR Section 130 of the Act in respect of this Agreement]]
means the Company's application for consent to discharge the trade effluent into the Sewer dated [insert date] under reference [specify]]
means the works [of extension] by the Undertaker required for the reception [or disposal] of the Trade Effluent as described in clause 8
means the works described in clause 7
This Agreement is entered into in pursuance of Section 129 of the Act.
The Trade Effluent shall consist
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