Clos du Bois has received additional recognition from: Bay Area Green Business Program, PG&E, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, National Marine Fisheries, California Water Resources Control Board, U.
What does CWRCB stand for?
CWRCB stands for California Water Resources Control Board
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- California Water Resources Board
- Civil Works Review Board (US Army)
- Catawba Wateree Relicensing Coalition
- Center for Women's Reproductive Care (Columbia University; New York, NY)
- Changjiang Water Resources Commission (also seen as Yangtze River Water Resources Commission, YRWRC)
- Child Welfare Research Center
- Climb Well to Right of Course
- Coastal Weather Research Center (Alabama)
- Congressional Wildlife Refuge Caucus (US Congress)
- Corporate Welfare Reform Commission
- Central Western Regional Development Board (New South Wales, Australia)
- Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (India)
- Canadian Waste Recycling Expo
- Certified Water Rights Examiner
- Conference of Women in Real Estate
- Clarion for Windows Resource
- Capital Works Reserve Fund (Hong Kong)
- Carlsbad Water Recycling Facility (California)
- Colorado Wheat Research Foundation (Fort Collins, CO)
- Cottonwood-Willow Riparian Forest
Samples in periodicals archive:
This month, the California Water Resources Control Board also implemented new waste-discharge requirements.
Permits are issued by the California Water Resources Control Board and are subject to renewal every five years to protect California's drinking water supplies.
26, the California Water Resources Control Board gave conditional approval for the Imperial Irrigation District-San Diego County Water Authority water transfer.
Prompted by a recent study concluding that underground fuel tank leaks are far less damaging to the environment than once thought, the California Water Resources Control Board is re-evaluating a 13-year-old cleanup program which has cost tank owners more than $1 billion in cleanup costs.