Obligors knowledge, reasonably anticipated future events, conditions, circumstances, activities, practices, actions, omissions or plans that could reasonably be expected to give rise to any material costs or liabilities to any of the Issuers or their respective Subsidiaries under, or to interfere with or prevent compliance by any of the Issuers or their respective Subsidiaries with, Environmental Laws, except as would not, individually or in the aggregate, have a Material Adverse Effect; none of the Issuers or their respective Subsidiaries (i) is the subject of any investigation, (ii) has received any notice or claim, (iii) is a party to or affected by any pending or, to any Obligors knowledge, threatened action, suit or proceeding, (iv) is bound by any judgment, decree or order or (v) has entered into any agreement, in each case relating to any alleged violation of any Environmental Law or any actual or alleged release or threatened release or cleanup at any location of any Hazardous Materials (as defined below) except as described in the Partnership SEC Documents or that would not, individually or in the aggregate, have a Material Adverse Effect (as used herein, Environmental Law means any federal, state, local or foreign law, statute, ordinance, rule, regulation, order, decree, judgment, injunction, permit, license, authorization or other binding requirement, or common law, relating to health, safety or the protection, cleanup or restoration of the environment or natural resources, including those relating to the distribution, processing, generation, treatment, storage, disposal, transportation, other handling or release or threatened release of Hazardous Materials, and Hazardous Materials means any material (including, without limitation, pollutants, contaminants, hazardous or toxic substances or wastes) that is regulated by or may give rise to liability under any Environmental Law).
(ff) ERISA Compliance. The Obligors and any employee benefit plan (as defined under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (as amended, ERISA, which term, as used herein, includes the regulations and published interpretations thereunder) established, maintained, sponsored, contributed to or required to be contributed to, by the Obligors or their ERISA Affiliates (as defined below) or with respect to which any of the foregoing has or could reasonably be expected to have any liability (other than a Multiemployer Plan (as defined below)) are in compliance in all material respects with all applicable laws, including the Code and ERISA and, to the knowledge of the Obligors, each multiemployer plan (as defined in Section 4001 of ERISA) to which the Obligors or an ERISA Affiliate (as defined below) contributes, is required to contribute or with respect to which any of the foregoing has or could have any liability (a Multiemployer Plan) is in compliance in all material respects with all applicable laws, including the Code and ERISA, except in each case for such noncompliance as would not have a Material Adverse Effect. ERISA Affiliate means, with respect to any of the Obligors, any entity that would be considered a single employer with such Obligor under Section 414(b), (c), (m) or (o) of the Code. No reportable event (as defined under ERISA) has occurred within the last six years, is reasonably expected to occur with respect to any employee benefit plan established, maintained, sponsored, contributed to or required to be contributed to, by any of the Obligors or any of their ERISA Affiliates or with respect to which any of the foregoing has or could reasonably be expected to have any liability (other than a Multiemployer Plan) or, to the knowledge of the Obligors, is reasonably expected to occur with respect to any Multiemployer Plan. None of the Obligors or any of their ERISA Affiliates has within the last six years incurred any unsatisfied liability or reasonably expects to incur any liability under (i) Title IV of ERISA with respect to termination of, or withdrawal from, any employee benefit