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CWTHundred Weight (C for Centum, a hundred and Wt for weight)
CWTCarlson Wagonlit Travel (Denmark)
CWTChristiani Wassertechnik (est. 1977; Berlin, Germany)
CWTChatsworth (Amtrak station code; Chatsworth, CA)
CWTCadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (law firm)
CWTChannel Well Technology (various locations)
CWTCall Waiting Terminating
CWTCounterweight
CWTContinuous Wavelet Transform
CWTColor-Word Test
CWTCompensated Work Therapy (Vet, Admin)
CWTCeramic Wall Tile (various companies)
CWTCoded Wire Tag
CWTChanging World Technologies
CWTChrist Water Technology (Austria)
CWTCaroline Walker Trust (Herts, UK)
CWTCenter for Wireless Telecommunications
CWTCustomer Wait Time
CWTCenter Wing Tank (aviation)
CWTComplex Wavelet Transform
CWTCentralized Waste Treatment (EPA)
CWTClean White Teeth (dental system)
CWTCornwall Wildlife Trust (UK)
CWTConsumers for World Trade
CWTCheshire Wildlife Trust (UK)
CWTCombat Weather Team
CWTCold Weather Training
CWTCalculus without Tears (Berkeley Science Books)
CWTComplete Waste of Time
CWTCertified Water Technologist
CWTCowra, New South Wales, Australia - Cowra (Airport Code)
CWTCreditable Withholding Tax
CWTChristians Working Together (UK)
CWTCopper Water Tube (plumbing fittings)
CWTChest Wall Thickness
CWTCoursework Tool (physical therapy)
CWTCode Walk-Through
CWTChemical Warfare Treaty
CWTContinuous Witness Training
CWTCentum Weight
CWTClear Water Tank
CWTConstant with Temperature
CWTChemical Warfare Training
CWTCleared While Testing (telecommunications)
CWTConsolidated Written Test (US Air Force OTS)
CWTChicago Women in Trades
CWTCall Waiting Telephone
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CONTACT: Changing World Technologies, (516)536-6811, www.changing worldtech.com.
Changing World Technologies claims to be able to convert almost any waste into high-quality oil, clean-burning gas, and purified minerals using a two-stage TCC process separated by a flash vessel.
RES is a joint venture of Changing World Technologies, Inc.
The plant is the product of a joint venture between agricultural giant ConAgra and a start-up company called Changing World Technologies. Instead of discarding the offal that comes from butchering Butterball turkeys, ConAgra plans to dump 200 tons of the grisly stuff each day into the hopper at one end of the plant.