Administrative Settlement Agreement And Order On Consent

The proposed transaction agreement allows the Settling Party to make a cash payment: (1) to the EPO, in order to resolve the alleged civil liability of the CERCLA; and (2) to DOI and the State to resolve the alleged liability for damage to natural resources. The proposed transaction agreement also allows Settling Party to enforce the land use restrictions required by the state and to pay the U.S. monitoring costs in or related to the property. The Settling Party does not and will not challenge the power of the United States to conclude the agreement or to implement or enforce its terms. The Settling Party acknowledges that the agreement was negotiated in good faith and that the agreement is concluded without authorization or decision on a matter of fact or law. (1) submit the proposed agreement to the administrative judge, with approval and order; or in accordance with the requirements of the overall environmental response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, in its amended version („CERCLA“), this is communicated on the proposed ceRCLA comparison between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency („EPA“), the U.S. Department of the Interior („DOI“), the State of Utah („State“) and Big Hoss Properties, LLC („Settling Party“), in order to settle its alleged civil liability on the site. Utah.

(4) The waiver of any right to challenge or challenge the validity of the order and decision made under the agreement; (a) in general. At any time after proceedings have been opened, but at least five (5) days before the date of the non-verbal, the parties may, at any time, postpone the oral proceedings together to a reasonable period of time to allow for the negotiation of a transaction or agreement with conclusions and an injunction to eliminate all or part of the proceedings. The granting of such a stay and its duration are left to the discretion of the administrative judge, after consideration of factors such as the nature of the proceedings, the public interest requirements, the representations of the parties and the likelihood of reaching an agreement leading to a fair disposition of the issues in question. As part of the transaction agreement, AMD, NGC and PSI also agree to pay the EPA $3,143,623.42 for previous response fees. This is a compromise for the previous costs borne by CEPOL. The EPO is also entitled to reimbursement of additional reaction costs. The EPO will consider all comments received regarding the transaction agreement, in accordance with the DATES and ADDRESSES sections of this press release, and may amend or revoke its consent to the transaction agreement if the comments received reveal facts or considerations that indicate that the tally is inappropriate, inappropriate or insufficient. (1) If all parties have not agreed to the proposed settlement presented to the administrative judge, those parties who do not agree must receive a notification and a copy of the proposed transaction to the administrative judge at the time of their submission; 4. If there is no objection to the proposed settlement or if the administrative judge decides to sign the proposed transaction after consideration of these objections, the administrative judge enters the approval agreement in a decision that meets the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section. (1) that the warrant has the same strength and effect as an order that comes after it has been fully heard; (2) Each unfavourable party has 15 days to oppose the proposed settlement to the administrative judge and all other parties; 3. Inform the administrative judge that no agreement can be reached. b) content.

Any agreement that provides findings of approval and an order: a procedure or part of it also provides that, in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 as amended („CERCLA“), it is indicated that the Environmental Protection Agency („EPA“) has entered into a transaction proposal contained in an administrative agreement and a consent order for the evaluation and removal of removal posts („ECA“). , with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.