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BMWBayerische Motoren Werke (German: Bavarian Motor Works; German auto manufacturer)
BMWBoy Meets World (Disney TV show)
BMWBiodegradable Municipal Waste (various locations)
BMWBe My Woman
BMWBeautiful Mechanical Wonder (car slang)
BMWBig Mexican Woman
BMWBest Man Wins (film)
BMWBlack Magic Woman (Santana song)
BMWBottled Mineral Water
BMWBavarian Motors Work
BMWBayerische Motoren Werke
BMWBei Mercedes Weggeworfen (German: Discarded by Mercedes)
BMWBob Marley & the Wailers
BMWBlack Magic Woman (festival)
BMWBe My Wife
BMWBureau of Motor Vehicles
BMWBody Made Wrong
BMWBlack Man's Wish
BMWBad Man Wagon
BMWBombardment Wing
BMWBio-Medical Waste
BMWBlack Man Working
BMWBrooklyn Machine Works (bicycle manufacturer)
BMWBring Me to Workshop
BMWBring More Worries
BMWBeautiful Masterpieces on Wheels (car slang)
BMWBeastly Monstrous Wonder (car slang)
BMWBus, Metro & Walk
BMWBring Mechanic With
BMWBritish Motor Works
BMWBoston Metro-West
BMWBloody Money Wasted
BMWBandwidth Management Workshop (IEEE)
BMWBig Muddy Workshop (landscape architecture firm; Omaha, NE)
BMWBe My Witness
BMWBeautiful Mexican Woman
BMWBatty Man Wagon
BMWBoiler Maintenance Workstation
BMWBart Muni Walk (San Francisco Bay Area)
BMWBaby Making Weather
BMWBoard of Minorities and Women
BMWBig Maine Woman
BMWBinary Moving Window
BMWBorder, Midland & Westen
BMWBus/Bike, Mom, Walk (teenager's method of transportation)
BMWBaby Making Wheels
BMWBalanced Middle Weight (interventional guidewire)
BMWBoiler Maintenance Worker
BMWBank Managed Withdrawal
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a) to reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste going to landfills up to 75% of the total amount (by weight) produced in 1995, no later than 5 years since 16 July 2001;
The UK must reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill over the next 20 years to comply with a EU directive.
Entitled "Biodegradable municipal waste management in Europe", The report draws together information on the production and management of BMW across western Europe and on the various strategies and instruments that are used to encourage its diversion away from landfills.
The local authorities were tasked with cutting the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill to 50% of the amount produced in 1995 by 2013 under the landfill allowances scheme.
The Environment Agency Wales report, released on Monday, showed Gwynedd had sent 35,299 tonnes of biodegradable municipal waste to landfill sites in 2005/06.
The EU Landfill Directive says that over the next 20 years we must dramatically reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill.
Christine Lord, recycling officer, said: "Introduction of the directive will mean substantial amounts of biodegradable municipal waste will need to be diverted away from landfill and towards recycling, energy from waste and other technologies."
The EU's Landfill Allowance Scheme limits the amount of biodegradable municipal waste that councils are allowed to send to landfill.
The UK must dramatically reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill over the next 20 years to comply with a European directive.
And this is expected to rise to 400, 000 tonnes of biodegradable municipal waste by 2010/11 In its report, the MWDA says the only answer is to build new waste facilities, apart from landfill sites, to compensate for expected increases in disposal.