ARET


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AcronymDefinition
ARETAccelerated Reduction/Elimination of Toxics
ARETAgricultural Research and Extension Trust (Malawi)
ARETAssociation for Rational Emotive Therapists
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Alessandro Asti, Managing Partner of ARET, added: "ARET has worked in OB van turnkey design and integration for 40 years and we've delivered over 450 vans worldwide in that time.
Ontario's Candidate Substances List, ARET, and the Toxic Substances Management Policy do not mention the technological feasibility of elimination and reduction, or the availability of alternatives or substitutes.
ARET has been recognized nationally and internationally as an environmental innovator.
The chairman of Niger Delta and a one-time group managing director of the NNPC, Chief Aret Adams, also commended the management of Chevron for being "imaginative and courageous" in considering and accepting its offer for the field in a negotiation that spanned nine years.
In spite of the importance to the author's argument represented by the withdrawal of the NGOs from ARET, she never analyses the nature and extent of their participation, nor the honesty / validity of their withdrawal; and,
Thus we can establish that the first text, ARET XI 1, in which there is a clear prevalence of Eblaite terms, is the earliest.
The broadcaster awarded the multi-million dollar contract to Italian OB specialist Aret at the beginning of 2015, following a tendering process.
The ARET program issued a challenge to Canadian industry to voluntarily eliminate releases of 30 PBTSs and to reduce releases of another 87 substances.
sene sce ret satis bellus os sifr agi, quod quad rupei vix fowdwdrti ter corru mp e aret s atis saet osus app aratu s bellis, qua mq uamdwd incre THE Celtic board and Barry Ferguson were the main targets in yesterday's firing line.
Last night the trio - Kate Buttolph, Alison Sabedoria, Heather Wastie - entertained with a heady mix of music, from roots, through the Middle Ages, right up to cab aret satire.
The ARET project shows how voluntary pollution prevention may fail unless government ensures effective public involvement
What follows is principally an update of progress with a pioneering Canadian demonstration project in industrial "voluntary-action" for environmental protection called ARET (Accelerated Reduction and Elimination of Toxics)1.