(b) Extremely hazardous substance, as defined by 40 CFR Part 355;
(c) Toxic chemicals, as defined by 40 CFR Part 372;
(d) Hazardous substance or hazardous waste as defined by 29 CFR § 1910.120;
(e) Hazardous Waste as defined by applicable administrative rules;
(f) Petroleum, including crude oil and any fraction thereof;
(g) Any material that contains more than 1% of asbestos; and
(h) Any other chemical, substance, material, controlled substance, object, condition, waste, living organism or combination thereof which is or may be hazardous to human health or safety or to the environment due to its radioactivity, ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, explosivity, toxicity, carcinogenicity, mutagenicity, phytotoxicity, infectiousness or other harmful or potentially harmful properties or effects, including, without limitation, petroleum and petroleum products, asbestos, asbestos containing materials, radon, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and all of those chemicals, substances, materials, controlled substances, objects, conditions, wastes, living organisms or combinations thereof which are now or become in the future listed, defined or regulated in any manner by any environmental law based upon, directly or indirectly, such properties or effects.
(i) Hazardous Materials or Contaminants, as such terms are defined under any Environmental Law, and shall be deemed to include any material that, owing to its properties, presents a real and potential danger to the environment or to the health of the users of the Project.
5.3.5 Definition of Environmental Laws. The term Environmental Laws shall mean any and all federal, state or local laws and regulations of an environmental nature, including, in all cases, any judgments, orders, notices, notices of infraction or non-compliance, decrees, codes, rules, directives, policies, guidelines and guides, authorizations, authorization certificates, approvals, permissions and permits issued by any competent authorities, the whole as they may have been amended from time to time.
5.3.6 Landlord Obligations. Landlord has provided to Tenant for review a copy of a Phase I environmental assessment, an asbestos report and maps, and its operation and maintenance plan regarding asbestos. If Hazardous Substances exist in or are released into the Premises or the Project and the same must be remediated under applicable Law or to enable Tenant to construct its Tenant Improvements or other improvements or alterations required to be constructed by Tenant under this Lease, and if such Hazardous Substances are not brought to or released from the Premises by Tenant or any of its employees, agents or contractors (except as to any release, exposure or discovery of Hazardous Substances caused by demolition or site preparation for the construction of Tenant Improvements or such other improvements or alterations required to be constructed by Tenant under this Lease), then Landlord shall promptly take or cause