On the books for nearly three decades, this ruling would revise the hazardous waste regulations to better level the playing field between non-laundered industrial wipes and laundered shop towels.
What does HWR stand for?
HWR stands for Hazardous Waste Regulations
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 26 other meanings of HWR in our Acronym Attic
- Hydrologic and Water Quality System (US EPA)
- New York Harbor Water Quality Survey
- Harwich Water Quality Task Force (Massachusetts)
- Half-Wave Rectifier
- Half-Wave Retarder
- Hand Writing Recognition
- Harbison-Walker Refractories (various locations)
- Hardware Removal (orthopedics)
- Hardware Replacement
- Hazardous Waste Reduction
Samples in periodicals archive:
fined BOSTON - A Sterling maker of custom bags has been fined by state environmental authorities for alleged violation of wastewater and hazardous waste regulations.
lift onerous hazardous waste regulations from disposable nonwoven wipes in the industrial setting might soon be over .
Fairly straightforward you might think, until you discover that waste batteries require special precautions to be taken and potentially registration of premises under hazardous waste regulations and must be treated as dangerous goods under the relevant transport rules.
hazardous waste regulations have not deterred exports of potentially hazardous used electronics, primarily for the following reasons: (1) Existing EPA regulations focus only on CRTs.
There are two ways that drugs could be hazardous--they exhibit one or more hazardous waste characteristics (ignitable, reactive, corrosive or toxic) and/or they are unused chemical formulations that appear on the P- or U-listings in the Colorado Hazardous Waste Regulations (6 CCR 1007-3 section 261.
In addition, new Hazardous Waste Regulations came into force in July 2005 and these will increase the volumes and types of hazardous waste needing treatment.