Wes Chesbro had similar good luck with a new job on the California Integrated Waste Management Board with a $117,818 per year paycheck.
What does CIWMB stand for?
CIWMB stands for California Integrated Waste Management Board
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board (Massachusetts)
- Computers in Writing Intensive Classrooms (Michigan Technological University; Houghton, MI)
- Critical Infrastructure Warning Information Network
- Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits
- Center for Integrated Waste Management (New York)
- Certified International Wealth Manager (job title)
- Chartered Institution of Wastes Management
- Citigold International Wealth Management
- Companions in World Mission (Washington, DC)
- California Integrated Waste Management Act (state legislation)
- Countywide Integrated Waste Management Plan (California)
- Civil Works
- Cayman Islands Watersports Operators Association
- Connecticut Interscholastic Wrestling Officials Association
- Canada Infrastructure Works Program
- Central Indo-West Pacific
- Certified Internet Webmaster Professional
- Christmas in Williams Park (Canada)
- Central Interior Wood Processors Association
- Coastal and Inland Waters Permit Information System (Department of Environmentak Quality, Michigan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Members and staff of the Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA) recently met with members of the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) to discuss C&D issues in the state.
California's recycling industry is made up of 5,300 establishments and accounts for 85,000 jobs, generating $4 billion in salaries and wages and producing $10 billion in goods and services annually, according to the California Integrated Waste Management Board.
Earlier this year, the California Integrated Waste Management Board OK'd Sun Valley Paper Stock's plan to increase its recycling operation from 350 tons per day to 750 tons per day.
The California Integrated Waste Management Board presented CLC Group of Murrieta, Calif.
14 million were approved by the California Integrated Waste Management Board today for five California businesses that plan to create 74 new jobs and divert more than 23,800 tons of glass dust, metal, wood, paper, plastic and other waste materials from landfills.
About the California Integrated Waste Management Board The California Integrated Waste Management Board is the state's leading authority on recycling and waste reduction.
Beck is assisting the California Integrated Waste Management Board in implementing and operating the state's Tire-Derived Product Business Assistance Program (BAP), which is part of a $32 million scrap tire management program.