WDR

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AcronymDefinition
WDRWide Dynamic Range (cameras)
WDRWestdeutscher Rundfunk (German radio and TV station)
WDRWorld Development Report (World Bank)
WDRWaste Discharge Requirements (EPA)
WDRWorld Dialogue on Regulation
WDRWet Dress Rehearsal (spacecraft systems test)
WDRWith Due Respect
WDRWaldoboro (Amtrak station code; Waldoboro, ME)
WDRWind Direction
WDRWarburg Dillon Read (investment banking division of UBS)
WDRWind-Driven Rain (building engineering concern)
WDRWestern Development Region (Nepal)
WDRWisconsin Department of Revenue
WDRWaste Discharge Report
WDRWarranty Deficiency Report
WDRWell Drilling Rig
WDRWar Damage Report (Navy, WW II)
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Statewide, the SWRCB adopted recycled water waste discharge requirements that create the general uses, treatment and discharge framework in conjunction with requirements set forth in the California Code of Regulation, Title 22.
2006-0003 Which Established Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirements ("Wdr") For All Publicly Owned Or Operated Sanitary Sewer Systems Within The State Of California.
Each of the 1,600 Central Valley dairies face new Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs) that were handed down by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board in May.
Waste Discharge Requirements are not required for this project because the microbes are not being released to the aquifer," the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB) said in a written statement regarding the impending use of the technology.
But will these wastewater projects meet all the Waste discharge requirements and do so at all times?
Tenders are invited for water recycling facility in accordance with the waste discharge requirements that was adopted by the central coast regional water quality control board.
Publication of draft General Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs) for vineyards in the Napa River and Sonoma Creek watersheds is tentatively scheduled for January-May 2015, according to Mike Napolitano, engineering geologist with the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB).
The latest push by the Regional Water Control Board, the state office chartered with preserving the water quality throughout California, is to ensure that all wineries discharging effluent to land have Board-adopted waste discharge requirements.
2006-003 statewide general waste discharge requirements for sanitary sewer systems.
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