American Nunn-Lugar funds are also being used to destroy Russia's chemical weapons stockpiles (estimated at between 40,000 and 200,000 tons), by assisting with the design and construction of a chemical weapons destruction facility in Shchuchie, Russia.
What does CWDF stand for?
CWDF stands for Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility (international security)
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We have 6 other meanings of CWDF in our Acronym Attic
- Children With Developmental Disabilities
- Continuous Wave Deuterium Demonstration
- Chronic Wasting Disease Data Clearinghouse (Madison, WI)
- Cell Wall Degrading Enzymes
- Chemical Warfare Defense Ensemble
- Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment
- Convert Word to Doubleword Extended
- Canal World Discussion Forum (UK)
- Cell Wall-Defective Form (bacteria)
- Central Waste Disposal Facility
- Chester World Development Forum (Boughton, Cheshire, England, UK)
- China Women Development Foundation (microfinance)
- Copley Wolff Design Group (Boston, MA)
- Central West Division of General Practice (Australia)
- Centre Wellington District High School (Ontario, Canada)
- Canadian Working Divers Institute (Buckhorn, Ontario, Canada)
- Country Western Dance Information
- China Water and Drinks (stock symbol)
- Chennai Water Desalination Ltd. (Chennai, India)
- Common Weapon Data Link (Air Force advanced munitions)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Engineers & Constructors said today that, as a member of a German-American consortium formed to develop Russian chemical weapons destruction capabilities, it is participating in the development of conceptual and pilot plant designs for a planned chemical weapons destruction facility in the Saratov region of Russia.
The main programs that Parsons is supporting at the Center are the Iraq Coalition Munitions Clearance (CMC) Program and the Shchuch'ye (Russia) Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility.
Army to construct and operate a chemical weapons destruction facility at the Army's Pine Bluff Arsenal in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Army to construct and operate a chemical weapons destruction facility in Umatilla, Ore.
developing strategies for both the Anniston, AL chemical weapons destruction facility and the Russian Federation CW weapons destruction program.
Army's chemical weapons destruction facility in the Pacific for the next five years.
Army's landmark chemical weapons destruction facility in the Pacific for the next five years, plus awards for new water treatment plants at a cogeneration facility in Texas and an oil refinery in California.