NWRA

AcronymDefinition
NWRANational Wildlife Refuge Association (Washington, DC, USA)
NWRANational Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
NWRANorth West Regional Assembly (England)
NWRANational Water Resources Association
NWRANorthwest Rehab Alliance
NWRANational Windshield Repair Association
NWRANorthWest Research Associates, Inc.
NWRANorth West Reining Association
NWRANorthwest Recruiters Association
NWRANevada Water Resources Association
NWRANational Water Resource Authority (Yemen)
NWRANorth West Racing Association (Canada)
NWRANational Women's Rowing Association
NWRANorth West Rafters Association
NWRANorthern Westchester Rifle Association (New York)
NWRANeshaminy Water Resources Authority
NWRANorthwest Reprographic Association
NWRANational Wheel & Rim Association
NWRANational Wedding Retailers Association
NWRANational Working Rule Agreement
NWRANATO Wartime Refugees Agency
NWRANorthwest RAYNET Association (UK)
NWRANorth West Reseach Association
NWRANational Wireless Resellers Association
NWRANorth-West Regional Administration (Russia)
NWRANorthwest Racing Associates, LP
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This is a tremendous gift by two leading NWRA member companies who value the men and women who make up this industry.
For this reason, NWRA created a first-of-its-kind national Driver Certification Program that was developed in cooperation with industry and insurance company specialists to teach best practices in safe driving.
Marek Mierzejewski, CH2M HILL's Water in Mining sector lead and co-presenter with Setty of the NWRA paper, wrote in the company's Access Water blog last year said, "As sustainability and environmental concerns have escalated, the mining industry faces increasing public, media, and regulatory scrutiny regarding how it sources, treats, and manages water.
In response, the NWRA has somewhat smugly offered its support for the report, while some of the other interests have been left in a less happy state.
The drawback to FWS's broad discretion under the NWRA is that local commodity interests can exert considerable pressure on the plan development process,(238) leading to uses that are incompatible with Congress's reasons for establishing these areas.
Kneiss, president and CEO of NWRA said: Earlier this year, we engaged in discussions with WRIQ regarding NWRAs experience in policy, operations and best practices serving the U.
The NWRA tends to look at the situation as a "drivers, mechanics and welders shortage," Doherty adds.
Knopp explained they work with the NWRA, local and state government.
There is clearly an argument which could be made for congestion charging on the national motorway network but the NWRA would strongly oppose the M62 or any other North West motorways being used to trial this technology which would risk putting the economy of the region at a competitive disadvantage.
Steve Barwick, director of policy for the NWRA, said: ``Over the coming months, there will be intense lobbying of the north west's MPs to ensure that, when the jobs are dispersed across Britain,our region gets its fair share.
Lord Smith of Leigh, Chairman of the NWRA executive board, said: "The North West economy is making great progress, not least because of our effective investment of previous European funding, but still lags behind the national average.