CCES

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CCESChina Civil Engineering Society
CCESCanadian Center for Ethics in Sport
CCESClear Creek Elementary School
CCESCunningham Creek Elementary School (Florida)
CCESConstruction and Civil Engineering Services (accreditation; UK)
CCESCentral City Elementary School (Kentucky)
CCESCentre for Customs and Excise Studies (University of Canberra, Australia)
CCESClinch County Elementary School (Clinch County, GA)
CCESClear Creek Energy Services (various locations)
CCESCenter for Conservation Education and Sustainability (Smithsonian Institute National Zoological Park)
CCESConcordia Center for Environmental Stewardship (Concordia University Wisconsin; Mequon, WI)
CCESContingency Communications Extension Switch
CCESCorporate & Continuing Education Services
CCESCommand Center Evaluation System
CCESChild Custody Evaluation Service
CCESCenter for Clinical Evidence Synthesis (Boston, MA)
CCESCalling Card Entry System (Sprint)
CCESCall Center Environment Stabilization
CCESCommon Control Echo Suppressor
CCESCenter for Civic Education and Service (Florida State University)
CCESConnecticut Cooperative Extension System (University of Connecticut)
CCESChesapeake City Elementary School (Chesapeake City, MD)
CCESChaneysville-Cove Elementary School (Pennsylvania)
CCESConstant Charge Erasing Scheme (computer memory)
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CCES has created a "cradle to grave" standard for the voluntary carbon offset market since no standard exists.
"Our new CCES gives the overhead material handling market a flexible, cost-effective option for light-capacity traverse and hoisting applications," says Richard Parat, Drivecon's general manager.
Diamond-Burt, CCE, CICP, Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.
For the first time from Oman, two projects from CCE were selected to participate in this competition.
The announcement comes as part of a broader CCE commitment to set the standard for sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and produce 100% recyclable cans and bottles.
CCE currently has 37 venues, including many of the country's best known locations for conferences, meeting and training events, each of which provides a communications environment with dedicated facilities and highly experienced staff.
CCE tested 25 percent rPET in a range of 500-ml bottles, including Diet Coke; Marks & Spencer incorporated between 30 percent to 50 percent rPET in the packaging for its salad and "Food to Go" ranges; and Boots used 30 percent rPET in its Ingredients product range.
The program, in one form or another, is used in more than a dozen New York counties and two dozen states, says Denyse Variano, a senior extension resource educator at CCE in Orange County, who helped co-author the curriculum with Birckmayer and two colleagues in consultation with Susan Hicks and Herb Engman, Cornell human development faculty members.
CCE's mission is to design, develop, and deliver distance learning programs by providing high quality e-learning courseware, instructional products, professional military education seminars, technology-enabled learning centers, and educational services to Marine Corps students worldwide in order to increase USMC total force operational readiness.