In Reasons to Hydrate, from the Drinking Water Research Foundation, The Mayo Clinic says: "(water) carries nutrients and oxygen to cells.
What does DWRF stand for?
DWRF stands for Drinking Water Research Foundation
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See other definitions of DWRF
- Don Watershed Regeneration Council (Canada)
- Drinking Water Research Center (University of North Carolina)
- Drinking Water Research Division
- Demandware, Inc
- Department of Water Resources Engineering (various universities)
- Deterministic Walks in Random Environments (graphing)
- Division of Wildlife Resources (Utah)
- Distributed Weighted Random Early Detection (Cisco)
- Disabled Workers' Relief Fund (various locations)
- Donald W. Reynolds Foundation (est. 1954; Las Vegas, NV)
- Drinking Water Revolving Fund (Department of Environmental Quality; Michigan)
- Distribution Wheeling Rate Guidelines (utilities; Philippines)
- Doctor Who Ratings Guide
- Downs and Weald Rambling Group (UK)
- Design within Reach, Inc. (San Francisco, CA)
- Developmental Writing (college course)
- Division of Water Rights (Utah)
- Died of Wounds Received in Action
- Digital Western Research Laboratory (Palo Alto, California)
- Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund
Samples in periodicals archive:
Howard's article heavily relies on a 1999 publication [NRDC's "Bottled Water, Pure Drink or Pure Hype"] that was soundly refuted in a science-based technical analysis prepared by the Drinking Water Research Foundation (DWRF).
Edberg and Professor Menachem Elimelech, PhD Chairman of the Yale University Department of Chemical Engineering will co-host a drinking water symposium, "Your Drinking Water," in March of 2009, co-sponsored by the Drinking Water Research Foundation, a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization.