Tire Derived Fuel (TDF) Supply Agreement | USA
Prepare a Fuel Supply Agreement for Tire Derived Fuel (TDF) with this easy downloadable contract form.
- Permits. The supplier and the operator of the receiving facility must both obtain all the necessary government approvals and permits to allow them to perform their obligations before the agreement can come into effect.
- Acceptance of TDF. The tire-derived material must meet the facility operator's specifications for cleanliness, size and combustibility in order to be acceptable. If the facility operator's sampling tests determine that a delivery does not meet its specifications, the operator may reject all or part of that delivery.
- Supply Shortages. If the supplier is unable to deliver sufficient quantities of TDF to meet the facility operator's requirements, the operator has the option to cover shortages by purchasing product from other suppliers.
- Inspection. The operator has the right to have its personnel perform onsite inspections at the supplier's processing plant.
- Force Majeure. If either party is unable to perform its obligations due to a force majeure event beyond its control, the agreement will be suspended during the period of time such force majeure event is occurring.
- Governing Law. The Tire Derived Fuel (TDF) Supply Agreement is a U.S. legal document and contains language referencing federal laws of the United States.
Last Updated: 02-July-2018