AEHA

AcronymDefinition
AEHAArmy Environmental Hygiene Agency
AEHAAssociation for Eradication of Heart Attack (now Society for Heart Attack Prevention and Eradication; est. 2001; Houston, TX)
AEHAAssociation for Electric Home Appliances (Japan)
AEHAAlaska Environmental Health Association
AEHAArmy Environmental Health Agency
AEHAAeromedical Evacuation and Hospitalization Model (USAF)
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AEHA study also revealed that air conditioners and LCD/ plasma TVs are leading the recycling rates respectively since 2001 as presented by Figure 8 below.
Product Assessment Manual for Electric Home Appliances issued by Association for Electric Home Appliances (AEHA), available as a directive for product's design with a lower environmental burden.
Additional inspections in June 1992 and again 3 years later were performed to ensure AEHA was maintaining course.
Colonel Carpenter was later reassigned to Fort Baker to the renamed 6th Army Area Medical Laboratory, where he worked until his retirement in 1960.5 In 1974, the health and environmental resources of the 6th Army Laboratory were transferred to the Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Colorado, and designated as a subordinate command under AEHA. During the transition, records of mosquito collections in the western United States were transferred to the new subordinate command.
At the AEHA conference I got a sense of the difficulty environmental health specialists face in Alaska.
October 17-19, 2018: 2018 AEHA Conference, hosted by the Alabama Environmental Health Association, Lake Guntersville, AL.
"I am in the prime of my racing career now; I am not a guy that was retired or a guy who is a aehas been'.