Fill material will be discharged below the ordinary high water line of wetlands; .
What does HWL stand for?
HWL stands for High Water Line
This definition appears somewhat frequently
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We have 23 other meanings of HWL in our Acronym Attic
- Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center (Dallas, TX)
- Heartland Working Jack Russell Terrier Club
- How Would Jesus Smell
- Hazardous Waste List
- Healthy Working Lives (UK)
- Hellmann Worldwide Logistics (Germany)
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (author)
- High Warlord (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Housing Wait List (San Francisco, CA)
- Howling with Laughter
- Hutchison Whampoa Limited (Hong Kong)
- Harriet Wasserman Literary Agency (est. 1981)
- Henry Wellcome Laboratory for Biogerontology Research (University of Newcastle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
- Hammersmith and West London College (UK)
- Harold Washington Library Center
- Head Waters Land Conservancy
- Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute (Madison, WI)
- High Water Luni-Tidal Interval
Samples in periodicals archive:
YOUR article about the high water line of the floods being marked in Morpeth made me chuckle (The Journal, June 15).
Dick Upton, the Willamette bridge project manager for the state transportation department, said those will be used to form the decking of the work bridges and containment deck, which will be at least 10 feet above the ordinary high water line.
Ironically, technically Cornell doesn't even own the water (it only owns from the high water line up), but Bova knew the school still had an obligation to prevent the drownings and other gorge-related accidents.
These included the total number and density of burrows; the diameter and compass orientation of burrow openings; the distance of burrow openings to the high water line, and the proximity of neighboring burrows.
The new legislation required that landowners obtain a permit from Florida's Department of Natural Resources before undertaking any construction or reconstruction below the mean high water line.