DEQ


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DEQ

Abbreviation for the Incoterm "Delivered Ex Quay."
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Delivered Ex Quay

In international commerce, an agreement between a buyer and a seller where the seller must bear all cost and risk of transporting a good until it has arrived and been unloaded at a port. That is, the seller has total responsibility while the good is loaded, being shipped overseas, and unloaded. The seller must pay the shipping company and purchase insurance for the good. The buyer may or may not be responsible for paying duties and customs, depending on the specific nature of the agreement. See also: Incoterm.
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The audit found that 43 percent of the 246 holders of the largest and most complex permits - mostly heavy industries - are overdue for renewal by the DEQ, which means they could be out of compliance with air quality standards and the state wouldn't know it.
DEQ spokesman Bill Hayden says the department has no comment.
All of the directors and executive officers of DEQ have entered into support agreements pursuant to which they have agreed to vote in favor of the arrangement.
During inspections, DEQ officials go through a checklist of requirements regarding the transfer station's compliance with state laws.
DEQ expects the groundwater will continue to need pumping and treatment for another 30 more years.
The first DEQ factor, Dependency, includes concerns about close and dependent interpersonal relationships, fears of abandonment and object loss, and feelings of helplessness and loneliness (e.g., "Many times I feel helpless" and "I become frightened when I feel alone").
With the contract being administered by the DEQ, environmental protection throughout the remediation process was a top priority, says Prieur.
The paper noted that both inspection station operators and DEQ representatives repudiated Adams' claims.
Dana Humphrey, University of Maine: and "Baled tires," David Holdeman, Nebraska DEQ.