NiSource also announced that it sold its interest in the White River Environmental Partnership, which operates wastewater treatment plants, to the other partners for $8 million.
What does WREP stand for?
WREP stands for White River Environmental Partnership (various locations)
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- Winnipeg Refugee Education Network (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
- Women's Royal Naval Service
- Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network
- World Radio for the Environment (UK)
- World Renewable Energy Network
- Women's Royal Naval Service (W.R.N.S.)
- Wisconsin Real Estate Options
- Western Regional Extension Publication
- Western Route Export Pipeline (Baku-Supsa)
- Wetlands Reserve Enhancement Program (USDA)
- Wind River Environmental Quality Commission (Fort Washakie, WY)
- Worker, Retiree, and Employer Recovery Act of 2008 (US)
- World Renewable Energy Regional Congress and Exhibition
- Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit (University of Warwick; UK)
- Western Railway Equipment Services (est. 1996; various locations)
- Wildlife Rescue Emergency Service (Victoria, Australia)
- Woodmont Real Estate Services (Belmont, CA)
- Wyandot Run Elementary School (Powell, OH)
- Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Program (US Army)
- Wild Rose English Springer Spaniel Association of Alberta (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 /PRNewswire/ -- United Water Resources (NYSE: UWR) today announced that its affiliate, United Water Services, has received an extension and expansion of its contract through the White River Environmental Partnership (WREP), to manage the wastewater treatment facilities and sewage collection system for the City of Indianapolis.
United Water's visibility is further heightened by JMM's affiliation with the White River Environmental Partnership, which now operates the entire wastewater system for the City of Indianapolis, the 13th largest city in the U.