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TERMS OF WATER FILLING STATION
- The applicant hereby understands and agrees to be fully responsible for the safe and proper transport of water for domestic purposes.
- The applicant further hereby agrees to release, indemnify and keep indemnified the City, and its employees and officers from any and all claims, costs, damages, losses, actions, causes of action, suits, demands, fees, fines, expenses or losses whatsoever, including economic loss, arising from or in any way connected with the supply or sale of water by the applicant.
- The applicant further hereby agrees to abide by Water Use Restrictions and other Water Notices as enacted by the City.
- The applicant is responsible for any damages to the City of Nanaimo equipment/property (including roads).
- The City reserves the right to discontinue water supply at any time without notice.
- The water consumption rate shall be charged as per the City of Nanaimo Bylaw #7004.16.
- The applicant shall notify the City (Public.WorksInfo@nanaimo.ca) immediately of lost or stolen card(s). Replacement FOB cards are available at the City of Nanaimo, Public Works Office counter (see Bylaw #7004.16 for fees). Unused card balance can be refunded or credited to a new card.
I, the applicant, have read and agree to the above terms:
The administration fees (application form and FOB card) are charged as per Bylaw #7004.16. The fees are non-refundable and are due immediately after application approval. Refer to the following page for further details on Commercial Trucks information. The Operator FOB card will work at both Water Filling Stations.
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