Ken Burns of Brantford township reported that after reading staff report PW-12-105 on the agenda, he contacted Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) for clarification of the comparisons being made.
What does WDO stand for?
WDO stands for Waste Diversion Ontario (Canada)
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We have 23 other meanings of WDO in our Acronym Attic
- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (Madison, WI)
- Well-Differentiated Neuroendocrine Tumors
- Will Dich Nie Verlieren (German band)
- Wally Does No Work (Dilbert comic)
- Western District of New York
- World Dance New York (est. 2000; New York, NY)
- Web Designers of New Zealand
- Waldo (Amtrak station code; Waldo, FL)
- War Dog Outfitters (est. 2008; Michigan)
- Warhammer Dark Omen (video game)
- Watch Dog Organization (various locations)
- WebSphere Data Object (IBM)
- Well Done Opponents (Yahoo! Bridge)
- Wisconsin Desmo Owners
- Women Defending Ourselves (Stanford, CA)
- Wood Destroying Organism (insects)
- Workforce Development Office
- Wanted Dead or Alive
- Washington Department of Agriculture (Olympia, WA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Concerns over the increasing cost of this program led to the enactment of the 2002 Waste Diversion Act (WDA) and the creation of Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) (see Coalition for an Efficient and Rational Bluebox 2005).
The town received $74,379 from Waste Diversion Ontario at the beginning of the year to make these upgrades.
In the analysis, I use bid results for 18 separate contracts for a range of cities in Ontario from a survey of private waste operators and 37 recycling contracts provided by Waste Diversion Ontario (REIC Perth 2005).
The new regulations are based on initiatives introduced by the previous government, including the establishment of Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO)--a partnership among industry, municipalities, the province and non-governmental organizations--in its new Waste Diversion Act that was passed in June 2002.
Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) will soon submit a plan to expand recovery of suitable material from 45 percent to 60 percent by 2008.