AWWU

AcronymDefinition
AWWUAnchorage Water and Wastewater Utility
AWWUAverage Winter Water Use
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After using supervisor reports on large format monitors, Curtis Hupton, AWWU Information Technology, System Analyst, contacted SJS to ask if they had a low cost product that would allow its Customer Service Division more flexibility.
AWWU President Luzuko Gebhu Gebhu said the shop-owners did not comply to the laws of the country.
On May 19th 2009, the HC directed the two unions UWU and AWWU and the MRF management to maintain the status quo subject to the management taking a decision on a recent wage settlement agreement.
AWWU is on its way to attaining a lasting culture of employee involvement and continuous improvement.
(21) Data obtained from the Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility (AWWU) website, 10 February 1999 [http://www.awwu.ci.anchorage.ak.us/ website/default.htm].
AWWU's Y2K project formally began in 1996, but programmers had known of the issue for some time.
The AWWU project used glass from residential drop-offs to the CRS facility, but Mears hopes that as demand increases for glass aggregate, local businesses will contribute by providing glass for recycling.
CEI has used the recycled glass aggregate for construction of a sewer main along Railroad Avenue, and it has also been used by AWWU on a number of projects.
The project owner is AWWU, the architect/engineer is CDM Smith; electrical sub is Quality Electric; and mechanical work is being done by Norcoast.
Tenders are invited for Removing existing roofing shingles from two buildings at the awwu pump station 12 site, verifying condition of structural decking, installing self-adhering underlayment, and installing new asphalt composition shingles on the roofs.
Many years ago, the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU) implemented a program to standardize process and operating infrastructure control systems.
It is pressure fed to the Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility (AWWU) plant, where the particulates are removed by flocculation and filters.