CELDS

AcronymDefinition
CELDSComputer Aided Environmental Legislative Data System
CELDSCel Data Services (Brussels, Belgium)
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The water supplier said a large number of the Midland celds enriched with sludge are used to grow food for both human and animal consumption.
Some of the celds are also used to produce vegetables destined for supermarkets, or to be used as cattle feed.
Through abstracts, CELDS provides quick access to current controls on activities that may affect the environment.
In addition to the abstracted text, CELDS records provide a complete citation to the original document, citations to the Code of Federal Regulations and the United States Code, contact information for the agency, the effective date of the regulation, and more.
Developed to meet the needs of government facilities, industries, and owners of private companies who must comply with the myriad of rules to protect the environment, CELDS is an online database of over 7,000 records designed to guide the user through regulatory requirements.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Dennison, CELDS, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois, 1003 West Nevada, Urbana, IL 61801, 217/333-1369, fax 217/244-1717.