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What does SWMD stand for?

SWMD stands for Solid Waste Management District (various locations)

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22, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Missouri Chapter of the National Solid Wastes Management Association (NSWMA) voiced its support for Missouri Senate Bill 13, which proposes to restructure solid waste management districts and allows for the current grant funding to be allocated more efficiently for cities and counties for waste reduction and recycling.
Solid Waste Management District Officer Dr Mazhar Azeem in a statement issued here on Saturday said that the control room and complaints cells would be established at Committee Chowk.
Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, the site provides a searchable database for online construction materials and makes available other tools for sustainable buildings, such as tips on methods to promote energy efficiency, improve air quality, reduce water consumption and implement sustainable operation practices.
The air has to go somewhere," says Jan Ameen, executive director of the Franklin County Solid Waste Management District in rural western Massachusetts, which won the "Outstanding Community or Government Program" award last year from the National Recycling Coalition.
Indiana Department of Transportation, Southern Indiana Solid Waste Management Districts and Purdue University-Honored for a project that helped ensure the sustainability of local residential glass recycling programs by finding new markets for glass and solving transportation problems.
The Association of Indiana Solid Waste Management Districts (AISWMD) joined Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation's leading recycler of electronics and e-waste, at ERI's Plainfield facility today to celebrate the completion of an expansion project that created over 125 new local jobs and retained 20 more jobs.
We have also begun extending weekly curbside co-mingled recycling routes to rural areas of Faulkner County by a partnership with the Faulkner County Solid Waste Management District, adding well over 1,000 new weekly recyclers to our routes.