BIR

(redirected from Bureau of International Recycling)
AcronymDefinition
BIRBritish Institute of Radiology
BIRBureau of Internal Revenue
BIRBureau of International Recycling
BIRBrain Injury Rehabilitation (various organizations)
BIRBall in Ramp
BIRBand Instrument Repair (various schools)
BIRBuchanan Ingersoll & Rooney (law firm; Pittsburgh; PA)
BIRBataillon d'Intervention Rapide (French: Rapid Intervention Battalion; Cameroon)
BIRBaculovirus IAP Repeat
BIRBusiness Informatics Research
BIRBiomedical Imaging Resource
BIRBureau of Intelligence and Research (US State Department)
BIRBadatz Igud Rabbonim (Kosher Food Certification Agency)
BIRBiometric Identification Record
BIRBuilt in Wardrobe
BIRBâtiment Industrie Réseaux (French: Building Industry Networks)
BIRBasic Individual Record
BIRBuilt-in Rigid (plumbing)
BIRBeta-Cell Inward Rectifier Subunit
BIRBanque d'Information sur les Recherches
BIRBretagne Internet Réseaux (French: Brittany Internet Networks; Rennes, Brittany, France)
BIRBenefit/Investment Ratio
BIRBest Incremental Return
BIRBiological Impact Report
BIRBrother in Room
BIRBoulons Industriels Rouville (French)
BIRBusiness Information Records
BIRBurn-In Reliability
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In early October, the BMF and the Bureau of International Recycling lined up against the Environment Agency in the High Court to hammer out a definition for scrap metal.
The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) holds its Autumn Round-Table Sessions in Poland's capital city of Warsaw, Oct.
Seeking additional allies from throughout the world prompted Billy Leung to offer a presentation at the Paper Division meeting at the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) Spring 2006 Convention, which took place in Beijing that year.
Ildar Neverov, a director of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), an international trade organization for recyclers, and a spokesman for Siberia Metals Recycling, a scrap metal recycling processor and broker with operations in Moscow, says Russian scrap metal recyclers presently are prohibited from shipping nonferrous scrap outside of the country.
Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) members have expressed deep concern regarding what it terms in a press release as "the threatening negative impact of the application of the EU Shipments Regulation on the business of international recyclers.
The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), Brussels, has been reviewing the procedure since "the various issues related to the DGFT registration were thoroughly discussed during its Brussels Convention in October 2006," according to the trade group.
The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) is preparing for its 2007 World Recycling Convention & Exhibition, to be held Monday, May 21, through Wednesday, May 23, in Athens.
The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) has announced that the Canadian Association of Recycling Industries (CARI) has joined the organization.
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