EPA noted that grant recipients include the city and county of Denver, CO ($125,000); the American Lung Association of Hawaii ($135,000); the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality ($100,000); the Maryland Department of the Environment ($50,000); the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs ($120,000); the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ($100,000); the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of Associated General Contractors ($120,000); the Pennsylvania Clean Air Council ($100,000); South Carolina's York Technical College ($95,040); and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources ($100,000).
What does ALAH stand for?
ALAH stands for American Lung Association of Hawaii
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ALAH
- Abundant Life Assembly of God (est. 1985; North Salt Lake, UT)
- Act Like a Grrrl (est. 2005; writing program)
- Adaptive and Learning Agents (workshop)
- Alagnak Wild River (US National Park Service)
- Angry Little Asian Girl (cartoon)
- Animal Liberation Action Group
- Army Laboratory Assessment Group
- Alabama Academy of General Dentistry
- Association of Latin American Gardeners of LA
- Alliance for the Liberation and Advancement of Haiti
- Alabama Hospital Association
- American Lung Association Health House
- Agence Latino-Américaine d'Information (French: Latin American Agency of Information)
- Agencia Latinoamericana de Informacion (Spanish: Latin American Information Agency)
- Air Launch Aerospace Indonesia (joint venture)
- Asociación Latinoamericana de Internet (Spanish: Latin American Internet Association)
- Association Litteraire et Artistique Internationale (French: International Literary and Artistic Association)
- Ayala Life Assurance Incorporated (est. 1933; Philippines)
- Associazione Laziale Allenatori Istruttori Pallacanestro (Italian: Laziale Association of Basketball Coaches and Instructors; Italy)
- Alabama Association for Institutional Research
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a study conducted for the American Lung Association of Hawaii, environmental scientist James W.