CMRA

AcronymDefinition
CMRAConstruction Materials Recycling Association
CMRACommercial Mail Receiving Agency
CMRAConnecticut Motorcycle Riders Association (advocacy group)
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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CMRA will use the Apple Watch as a viewfinder, but it will work even when the device is switched off.
"Recycling is an important facet of our industries; more demolition contractors are attending the show and this pavilion is one way CMRA serves industry needs," stated Megan Tanel, ConExpo-Con/Agg show director and AEM vice president, exhibitions and events.
Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Highway Administration and the CMRA. Reflecting the growing interest in use of recycled asphalt shingles, the event's organizers sought to present the latest research and foster discussion of the issues facing shingle recycling.
The CMRA, through its Issues & Education Fund, has been working with the University of New Hampshire on research to present to the state government that would provide evidence that C&D wood can be used as wood fuel with comparable environmental impacts to other fuel products.
The CMRA estimates there are slightly more than 3,100 concrete and asphalt recycling plants in the country, about 600 single-material or mixed-waste recycling facilities, and several dozen each of asphalt shingle and gypsum recyclers.
Presently, the CMRA 1929 provides punishment of simple imprisonment up to one month or fine of Rs1,000, or both, for contracting a child marriage by a male above 18 years of age; for performing or conducting a child marriage; and for parent or guardian involved in a child marriage.
"Recycled Concrete Aggregate: A Sustainable Choice for Unbound Base" is available to CMRA members and highway engineers at any agency level free of charge.--CMRA, 630/585-7530; info@cdrecycling.org
"Sustainability is an issue that transcends national borders, so attendees from the United States as well as worldwide will find the topics of interest," said William Turley, executive director of CMRA.
The CMRA will offer the following programming on Wednesday, March 12, 2008, at the Treasure Island Resort in Las Vegas:
In November 2000, the Community Rehabilitation Agencies of Tennessee (CMRA) Board of Directors adopted a Code of Ethics for DSPs that had been drafted by NADSP.
CII chairman Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani has criticised the bill, stating that the council had already given its recommendations over the Child Marriage Restraint Act (CMRA) and the bill should not have been tabled in the assembly.