7. Transferred containers. Notwithstanding the contrary provisions of the contract for the sale of assets, the seller undertakes to transfer the containers transferred to the buyer for the most part in the amounts set out in Annex B and undertakes that each selling partner will transfer the containers transferred to the buyer in the amounts set out in Annex B when the buyer leaves the seller`s facilities, in which these transferred containers are located and are no longer used by the buyer under the transitional service contract. Once completed, Annex B will be subject to adaptation on the basis of mutual agreement between the parties in order to correct errors and include other identified containers. The assignment to the buyer of the associated leases for the containers referred to in Annex 2.01 (a) shall not take place until the transfer of the containers transferred to the buyer is at the latest. Buyer has the right to refuse the transfer of containers located from conclusion to the seller`s or a related seller`s facilities containing hazardous waste that (a) differs from the products sold by the company or (b) exceeds a quantity of de minimis composite products. The buyer is required to take all empty containers or containers containing a small quantity of products sold by the company. The seller is not obliged to replace the containers refused by the buyer and the obligation for the seller to supply the bulk of the number of containers listed in Annex B is reduced by the number of containers refused by the buyer, if any. For the avoidance of doubt, for the purposes of this paragraph, “a de minimis quantity” would not include a quantity greater than 40 CFR 261.7. All references to the Asset Purchase Agreement in documents, instruments, agreements or documents provided pursuant to the Asset Purchase Agreement (as amended below) are hereinafter references to the Asset Purchase Agreement as amended below.
10. Considerations. This change can be made in any number of equivalents and each of these counterparties is considered an original instrument, but all these equivalents constitute an agreement for all purposes. . . .