BMRABuilding Materials Reuse Association (formerly Used Building Materials Association)
BMRABritish Metals Recycling Association (UK)
BMRABritish Market Research Association (UK)
BMRABarnwell Mountain Recreation Area
BMRABusiness Management Research Associates, Inc. (Fairfax, VA)
BMRABalancing Mechanism Reporting Agent
BMRABrigade Major, Royal Artillery (Australian military)
BMRABiomedical and Regulatory Affairs
BMRABelleayre Mountain Racing Association (New York)
BMRABerryessa Milpitas Republican Assembly (California)
BMRABio-Med Research Administration
BMRABiracial/Multiracial Alliance
BMRABio-Molecular Research Annex
BMRABois et Matériaux Rhône Alpes (French: Rhône-Alpes Wood and Materials; Rhône-Alpes, France)
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The BMRA accepts that regulation needs to be updated to clamp down on the issue of metal theft.
For a number of years, BMRA has said people selling metal should be required to produce photo identity and scrap metal yards use CCTV to monitor transactions.
Contact: Sherill Badwin, Materials Reuse Network, (860) 424-3440; Bob Falk, BMRA, (608) 231-9255.
In particular, the BMRA is going to call for a change to exporting documentation rules, which require exporters shipping WEEE-derived materials to processors in non-EU countries overseas to prove the receiving company is meeting proper European standards.
BMRA director general Ian Hetherington said its members are actively supporting Operation Tornado.
The British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) called on local authorities to speed up the processing of scrap metal licences after a survey revealed that 60% of BMRA members had received theirs.
Within BMRA, there are more than 20 separate project teams operating simultaneously, each focused on a different investigational or marketed drug or device.
The BMRA estimated the total UK market research industry market grew 7%, overall, in 2001.
The company is publicly traded on the Nasdaq exchange under the symbol BMRA.