The Tennessee Valley Authority's chief of stream sanitation hailed "the waste assimilative capacity of a stream [as] a valuable natural resource"; noting the near-universal adoption of BOD as a measure of stream "cleanliness," the distinguished engineer and sanitarian Abel Wolman nevertheless warned against excessive and expensive efforts to "purify" waste-receiving waterways.
What does WAC stand for?
WAC stands for Waste Assimilative Capacity
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- War Advertising Council (US during WWII)
- War Amputations of Canada (Canada)
- Warfare Area Commander/Coordinator
- Warwick Arts Centre (UK)
- Wasco (Amtrak station code; Wasco, CA)
- Washington Administrative Code
- Washington at Chester (Washington College; Chestertown, MD)
- Washington Athletic Club
- Waste Acceptance Criteria
- Waste Advisory Committee (various locations)