pdf) Superficial Safeguards ," the NRDC found that, as of October 2012, the EPA approved some 10,600 pesticides out of 16,500 -- nearly 65 percent -- on the market through its conditional registration process, allowing the products to reach store shelves before undergoing full toxicity testing.
What does NZTT stand for?
NZTT stands for NRDC (Natural Resources Development College) ZEGA (Zambia Export Growers Association) Training Trust
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- New Zealand Transverse Mercator (cartography)
- New Zealand Tourism Online
- New Zealand Travel Professionals
- New Zealand Timber Preservation Council
- New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing
- New Zealand Team Racing Association
- New Zealand Tourism Research Institute
- New Zealand Tourism Strategy (est. 2001; Ministry of Tourism; New Zealand)
- New Zealand Transport Strategy
- Novaya Zemlya Test Site (nuclear testing; Russia)
- New Zealand Training Team Vietnam
- New Zealand Tobacco Use Survey (Ministry of Health; New Zealand)
- New Zealand Technical Writers Association
- New Zealand Trailer Yacht Association Inc.
- New Zealand Ultimate (recreational athletics)
- New Zealand Underwater Association, Inc. (also seen as NZUA)
- New Zealand University
- New Zealand Underwater Association (Aukland, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Universities Academic Audit Unit
- New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group (Wellington, New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NRDC selects special places in our hemisphere that face an imminent threat of destruction, from pristine coastlines that could become industrial ports to ancient forests that could be stripped of trees to unspoiled wildlife habitats that could be sacrificed to oil and gas drilling.
In response to the report, CSPA President Chris Cathcart said, "The CSPA was disappointed with the report issued by the NRDC alleging health concerns linked to the use of air freshener products.
Ports, the NRDC noted that besides direct threats to human health, growing harbor traffic could increase regional smog, threaten water quality and public lands, and increase noise and light pollution.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recently announced that new analysis conducted by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute in conjunction with NRDC reveals that "the gas guzzlers which supported Detroit's Big Three profits through the 1990s are experiencing not only sharply falling sales but also deeply diminished profit margins due to rising gas prices.
In a four-year study, NRDC concluded that there is no guarantee that bottled water is safer or cleaner than tap water.