9 mg of silver per dry gram of paper), the filter is able to kill nearly all the bacteria and produce water that meets the standards set by the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
What does AEPA stand for?
AEPA stands for American Environmental Protection Agency (not official; also seen as US EPA; aka United States Environmental Protection Agency)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of AEPA
We have 19 other meanings of AEPA in our Acronym Attic
- Aumônerie de l'Enseignement Public (French: Chaplaincy of Public Education)
- Austin Entrepreneurship Program (Oregon)
- Australian Economic Papers (publication; Wiley)
- Automatic Electric Pistol (Airsoft)
- Automatic Engagement Planner
- Automatisme Electricité Plomberie (French electrical and plumbing company)
- Automobiles Europe Prototypes (French: European Automotive Prototypes)
- Average Error Percent
- Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Jorge Newberry (Airport Code)
- Advances in Engineering Plasticity and Its Applications (Asia-Pacific Symposium)
- Animal Enterprise Protection Act of 1992
- Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessment (Arizona State Board of Education)
- Association of Energy Performance Assessors (UK)
- Australian Environmental Protection Authority
- Aboriginal Education Provincial Advisory Committee
- Alliance of European Public Affairs Consultants
- Academy of Educational Planning and Management
- Abuja Environmental Protection Board (environmental agency; Nigeria)
- Acronym Environmental Protection Bureau (humor)
- Aerosol Powder Breath (inhaler)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The DF300 meets exhaust gas emission criteria of both the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Japan Boating Industry Association.
John Deere 8000 "30" Series (8030) tractors meet European Union Stage IIIA and North American Environmental Protection Agency Tier 3 engine emission regulations using a new 9.
About Green Packaging AIT's green package family members are fully compliant with the European Commission, American Environmental Protection Agency and Japan Electronic Industry Development ban on the use of lead, mercury cadmium hexavalent, chromium and PBB PBDE chemicals.
Other organisations that have failed to prove the argument include the American Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organisation, whose ten year European study published in 1998 produced results that even WHO admitted were not 'strategically significant'.
AIT's green packages are fully compliant with the European Commission, American Environmental Protection Agency and Japan Electronic Industry Development ban on the use of lead, mercury cadmium hexavalent, chromium and PBB PBDE chemicals.
AIT's green package is in compliance with the European Commission, American Environmental Protection Agency and Japan Electronic Industry Development ban on the use of lead, mercury cadmium hexavalent, chromium, PBB PBDE chemicals.