LCR

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AcronymDefinition
LCRLiquidity Coverage Ratio
LCRLigue Communiste Révolutionnaire
LCRLeast Cost Routing
LCRLog Cabin Republicans
LCRLigase Chain Reaction
LCRLocus Control Region
LCRLightweight Compact Revolver (gun)
LCRLeft - Center - Right (mnemonic for Inductance, Capacitance & Resistance)
LCRLeast Cost Call Routing
LCRLocal Continuous Replication
LCRLandscape Component Repository
LCRLine Control Register
LCRLutheran Church of the Redeemer (Chimacum, WA)
LCRLondon Car Rentals (UK)
LCRLead and Copper Rule (EPA)
LCRLocal Content Requirement (various locations)
LCRLog Cabin Ranch (various organizations)
LCRLocal Court Rule (various locations)
LCRLow Cost Region
LCRInductance, Capacitance, Resistance (meter)
LCRLa Cruces (Amtrak station code; La Cruces, NM)
LCRLow Chip Rate
LCRLa Costa Resort (Carlsbad, CA)
LCRLow Calcium Response
LCRLevel Crossing Rate
LCRLife Cycle Review (various organizations)
LCRLow Copy Repeat
LCRLarge Conference Room
LCRLast Chance Race
LCRLoughborough Campus Radio (UK)
LCRLyondell-Citgo Refining, LP
LCRLandscape Characterization and Restoration (NOAA program)
LCRLanding Craft Rubber
LCRLutheran Churches of the Reformation
LCRLower Common Room
LCRLinux Call Router (computing)
LCRLive Crown Ratio (forestry)
LCRLocal Call Routing (LEC)
LCRLaunch Control Room
LCRLiquid Core Reduction (metallurgy)
LCRLarge Current Radiator
LCRLife Cycle Replacement
LCRLinear Calibration Range (US EPA)
LCRLocal Control Room
LCRLocal Call Rate
LCRLight Cavalry Regiment
LCRLine Concentration Ratio
LCRLean Capacity Rate
LCRLettres de Change Relevées
LCRLink Cell Rate (Sprint-ATM)
LCRLoss Control Representative (insurance)
LCRLaboratory for Coastal Research (Florida International University)
LCRLarge Caliber Rocket
LCRLeachate Collection and Removal
LCRLarge Component Removal
LCRLeucocyanidin Reductase (enzyme)
LCRLetter Carrier Route (Canada Post)
LCRLeast Covering Radius
LCRLaboratoir Central de Recherché
LCRLayer Cooling Rate
LCRLife Christian Resources
LCRLogistic Change Report
References in periodicals archive ?
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent letters to state partners on forthcoming proposed regulatory revisions to the existing Lead and Copper Rule (LCR).
Despite lead contaminated sites being an environmental threat to our country, EPA has not updated the Lead and Copper Rule in decades, said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
The report centered around the question of how well the agency enforces its 1991 Lead and Copper Rule.
The Lead and Copper Rule is unusually tricky to enforce, because the contaminants in question are out of the control of the water utilities.
For more information on the Lead and Copper Rule and the agency's review, visit www.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a legal order directing the Village of Tarrytown, New York to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Acts Lead and Copper Rule.
The Lead and Copper Rule requires utilities to optimize corrosion control and, if appropriate, treat source water, deliver public education, and replace lead service lines to reduce lead in drinking water.
In May 1991 they became regulatory issues with the approval by EPA of the Lead and Copper Rule, which establishes requirements that will affect virtually every water supply system in the nation by 1993.