090l627 [Online 25 January 2010] ********** Recreational Water Quality Criteria Ambient water quality criteria.
What does RWQ stand for?
RWQ stands for Recreational Water Quality
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RWQ
- Red Wing Public Library (Minnesota)
- Radiological Weapon (US DoD/US Department of Energy)
- Redfern/Waterloo Partnership Project (Australia)
- RW Products Promotion Initiative
- Resilient Wireless Packet Ring (trademark of Harris Stratex Networks)
- Raw Water Pump Station
- Rollie Williams Paint Spot (Indiana and Michigan)
- Rob Woollen Personal Training (UK)
- Roger Williams Park Zoo (Providence, RI)
- Reading and Writing Quarterly (Taylor & Francis publication)
- Rotary Wing Qualification Course
- Regional Water Quality Control Board
- Regional Water Quality Control Plant (Palo Alto, CA)
- Report of Water Quality Exceedance (California Regional Water Quality Control Board)
- Rural Water Quality Information Tool (online assessment tool; Alberta, Canada)
- River Water Quality Management
- River Water Quality Model (International Association on Water Quality)
- River Water Quality Monitoring (various locations)
- Receiving Water Quality Objectives (Department of Water and Forestry; South Africa)
- Rural Water Quality Program (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was an active member of the National Spa and Pool Institute's chemical treatment and process subcommittee and their subsequent APSP recreational water quality committee, serving collectively for more than 20 years.
oThe Blue Flag programme would support the protection of this asset by presenting a platform of good public governance in the form of a certification in order to improve coastal facilities that are litter-free and boast a high recreational water quality, in addition to adequate beach usersAE safety services,o he said.
I agree that more than one indicator organism is needed to establish marine standards for recreational water quality," says Joan B.
Other efforts to develop rapid tests for recreational water quality are based on the quantitative polymerase chain reaction (for example, see EHP 114:24-28 ).