The company partnered the National Environment Agency to implement the Environment Champions (Schools) Industry Module, where primary and secondary school students visited Panasonic 'eco ideas' Factory (model factory) in Singapore to learn more about industrial practices such as waste metal recycling and wastewater treatment process.
What does NEA stand for?
NEA stands for National Environment Agency (Singapore)
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- Naroff Economic Advisors
- National Economic Association
- National Editorial Association
- National Education Association
- National Electrification Administration (Philippines)
- National Employment Association
- National Endowment for the Arts
- National Energy Act of 1978
- National Energy Administration (various locations)
- National Enterprise Academy (UK)
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An investee company of SPRING SEEDS Capital, supported by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Building and Construction Agency (BCA), SgEF was set up in 2006 to address the global dependence on fossil fuels and to offer a viable alternative to existing biofuels.
According to Singapore's National Environment Agency (NEA), the city state's government has taken several steps to prepare for environmental legislation: it has ensured that proper standards and guidelines are drawn up; created qualified testing bodies that can approve these products; and promoted high awareness among end users as well as paint manufacturers.
Chandos Primary has a link with Mrs Kintah's government group, The National Environment Agency, through the school's humanities leader, Lezli Howarth, who visited Gambia in February last year.
The city-state's National Environment Agency said southeasterly winds had carried most of the smoke haze from the land and forest fires in Jambi and South Sumatra along the coastline of Sumatra.
The National Environment Agency said the Pollutants Standards Index, which measures air quality, rose above 100 to the ''unhealthy'' range on Saturday morning, hitting 130 by 10 a.