Approved - | Prefabricated temporary building, Ainleys Household Waste Site, Huddersfield Road, Elland.
What does HWS stand for?
HWS stands for Household Waste Site (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 75 other meanings of HWS in our Acronym Attic
- Highlighted Web Site
- Historical Wind Speed
- Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Geneva, New York)
- Hochschule Wismar Service (Germany)
- Höchstwahrscheinlich (German)
- Holiday Withdrawal Syndrome
- Hollow Wooden Surfboard
- Holographic Weapons System
- Hoskins-Western-Sonderegger, Inc. (Lincoln, Nebraska)
- Hot Water Supply
- Hugo Wall School of Urban and Public Affairs (Wichita State University; Kansas)
- Humane Waking System (alarm clocks)
- Hurried Woman Syndrome
- Hybrid Wireless Satellite
- Husband Wants Sex (Please Escuse Slow Typing)
- Hotel Web Site Content Management System (software)
- Hazardous Waste Services Association
- Hazardous Waste Storage Area
- Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities (New South Wales, Australia)
- Hickory Willow Swim Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Make sure you take your unwanted Christmas tree to your nearest household waste site for shredding or contact your local authority for help or advice," Here are some top tips on living a waste free Christmas this year.
Charities such as the Salvation Army, the British Heart Foundation and Scope were told earlier this year to remove their collection points for people's unwanted clothes, shoes and other textiles from household waste sites and car parks, so that the cash-strapped county council could take over the service itself and make money.
From the beginning of April anyone wishing to use the Quantry Lane household waste site, near Bromsgrove, and the Crossgate Road site at Redditch will have to prove that they live either in Worcestershire or Herefordshire.
By gearing up all our household waste sites we'remaking it even easier for people to go green.
An application has been submitted to develop Burton Farm Recycling Centre, a former household waste site.
Mr Bullock said: "The household waste site is used by a lot of people who just drive up, open their boots and dump rubbish into a number of skips.
The new venture will utilize Halton's entire annual collection of 40,000 tonnes of domestic waste, with possibly a further 10,000 tonnes a year from the council's household waste sites and some from street cleansing operations.