ADEM

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AcronymDefinition
ADEMAlabama Department of Environmental Management
ADEMAcute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
ADEMAdvanced Data Communications for Stores Emulation
ADEMArkansas Department of Emergency Management
ADEMArizona Division of Emergency Management (Phoenix, AZ)
ADEMAdvanced Diesel Engine Management (Caterpillar)
ADEMAdministration de l'Emploi (Luxembourg)
ADEMAteneo de Manila (Philippines)
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The Alabama Environmental Management Commission (Alabama EMC) and Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) have honored two state lawmakers for their sponsorship of legislation to ensure coal combustion wastes are classified and regulated as solid waste in the state.
In 1998, the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) identified Dry Creek (Waterbody ID: AL/03150202-170_01)in Perry and Dallas Counties as not supporting its designated use as a Fish and Wildlife water due to excessive pathogen concentrations (ADEM, 1998).
And before Folsom -- defeated in last November's election -- left office early this year, a board stacked with his appointees named Smith director of the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM).
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) announced that it has selected local groups that will receive more than $2 million in recycling grants for 2011.
The F & W designation establishes minimum water quality standards that are believed to protect existing species and their uses within the designated area (Alabama Department of Environmental Management, 2006).
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) announced a projected $1.5 million in grant funds will be available for the 2010 Alabama Recycling Fund Grants Program.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) has established a partnership with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) to utilize recycled scrap tire material at various state parks in Alabama.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) has awarded grants totaling more than $1.7 million to enhance recycling in local municipalities across the state.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM)) and Alabama Scrap Tire Fund reported completion of cleanup in Prichard at one of the states largest unauthorized scrap tire disposal sites.
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