CMRA

AcronymDefinition
CMRAConstruction Materials Recycling Association
CMRACommercial Mail Receiving Agency
CMRACentral Motorcycle Roadracing Association
CMRACapital Market Risk Advisors, Inc.
CMRACalgary Motorcycle RoadRacing Association
CMRACanadian Marine Rescue Auxiliary (Canadian Coast Guard)
CMRACarbon Management Research Activity
CMRACalifornia Microwave Relay Association
CMRACentral Mail Receiving Agency
CMRAConditional Material Release Authorization
CMRAContract Manpower Reporting Application (US Army)
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As a consequence, the CMRA is a significantly compromised Plan B that will lack the ability to unilaterally impose its regulatory authority across the country, a fundamental feature, if not prerequisite, of a single national regulator.
CMRA will use the Apple Watch as a viewfinder, but it will work even when the device is switched off.
Recycled Concrete Aggregate: A Sustainable Choice for Unbound Base" is available to CMRA members and highway engineers at any agency level free of charge.
Remarks from CMRA Executive Director William Turley
As with concrete recycling, this is a well-established industry in North America, with approximately 150 million tons recycled annually, according to the CMRA.
DSPs at the CMRA Credentialing Retreat in July 2000 received a glimpse of this navigational tool for the first time.
The CMRA has also initiated a study examining the relationship between pH levels and the use of recycled concrete in road applications.
Through our 60-hour Credentialing Program and our adoption of and training in a national code of ethics for DSPs (See "National Alliance of Direct Support Professionals Code of Ethics" on page 63), CMRA is raising the professionalism of DSPs in the state of Tennessee.
org, the CMRA has added a "Find a Recycler" feature that is a list of its members so that C&D generators of all sizes can find a local recycling option.
Through its partnership with UNH, the CMRA hopes to provide data to New Hampshire lawmakers that
William Turley, Executive Director of the CMRA stated, "Because of Tom's long experience in the C&D recycling industry, and his leadership role at Star, probably the nation's largest C&D recycler, we expect his participation in the management of the CMRA to be beneficial for the organization and the C&D industry in general.
CMRA represents the recyclers of construction and demolition debris on a national level.