averda will now collaborate directly with Seche to combine the technical expertise needed to bring about technologically advanced hazardous waste management solutions in the Middle East.
What does HWM stand for?
HWM stands for Hazardous Waste Management
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We have 42 other meanings of HWM in our Acronym Attic
- Hispanic Women Leadership Institute
- Harper Woods Little League (Detroit, MI)
- He Who Laughs Last
- Health, Wellness and Lifelong Learning Center
- High Weald Land Management Initiative (UK)
- Healthy Working Lives Research Group (University of Glascow, Scotland, UK)
- Hostile Weapons Location System
- HighWire Library of the Sciences and Medicine
- Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
- Hardware Maintenance
- Heavy Water Moderated (nuclear reactor system)
- High Water Mark
- High Wet Modulus
- Hot Water Music (band)
- House Ways and Means Committee (US Congress)
- Hazardous Waste Management Act
- Humboldt Waste Management Authority (Eureka, CA)
- Hazardous Waste Management Advisory Committee
- Hazardous Waste Management Advisory Council (Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality; Oklahoma City, OK)
- Hazardous Waste Management Board (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
EPA recently issued a proposed rule to modify its hazardous waste management regulations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for certain solvent-contaminated materials, such as reusable shop towels, rags, disposable wipes and paper towels.
According to the Florida Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management in Gainesville, approximately 5 million [ft.
EPA under the Sustainable Industries Metalcasting Sector Project, a poster has been developed to assist foundries in understanding the federal hazardous waste management requirements, how those requirements may impact their facilities, and how their facilities can stay in compliance.
As far as this kind of activity goes, the South Pacific nations have insufficient resources--funding and manpower--to address and correct these highly technical and costly problems," says Goldstein, adding that the SPREP report is "an important first step toward comprehensive hazardous waste management in the South Pacific.