CCW

(redirected from Coal Combustion Waste)
AcronymDefinition
CCWCounterclockwise
CCWCountryside Council for Wales
CCWConvention on Certain Conventional Weapons
CCWCarrying a Concealed Weapon
CCWConstructive Criticism Welcome (social media)
CCWConsumer Council for Water (UK)
CCWCatholic College Wodonga (Australia)
CCWConvention on Conventional Weapons
CCWCertain Conventional Weapons
CCWContinuous Composite Write Once
CCWCounter Clockwise
CCWCustom Control for Windows
CCWCouncil of Catholic Women
CCWConcealed Carry Weapons (permit to carry concealed weapon)
CCWCommittee on Concerns of Women (various schools)
CCWCOM Callable Wrapper
CCWCyngor Cefn Gwlad Cymru (Welsh: Counryside Council for Wales)
CCWCoal Combustion Waste
CCWClose Combat Weapon (gaming)
CCWCarlisle Coatings & Waterproofing, Inc. (Elberton, GA)
CCWComputer Communications Workshop (IEEE)
CCWCadet College Warsak (Pakistan)
CCWChild Care Worker
CCWComplete Custom Wheel (automotive product company; Holly Hill, FL)
CCWChannel Command Word
CCWCenter on Conscience and War
CCWChurch and Community Worker
CCWCoastal Championship Wrestling (Florida)
CCWCancel Call Waiting (Telephone)
CCWCommand and Control Wing (US Air Force)
CCWComponent Cooling Water
CCWChrist Church Waterfall (South Africa)
CCWCenter for the Childcare Workforce
CCWCold Carcass Weight
CCWCure Critical Wound (gaming)
CCWCanadian Construction Women
CCWChester County Women (West Chester, PA)
CCWConstituent Concentrations in Wastes
CCWCute Crush Wednesday
CCWCurriculum Council for Wales (now ACCAC)
CCWContinuous Composite Worm
CCWCall Center Week (conference)
CCWCommunauté de Communes du Warndt (French municipality federation)
CCWConvention Against Chemical Weapons
CCWContinuous Carrier Wave
CCWCollectif des Câblés Wanadoo (French: Wanadoo Wired Collective; Cable Wanadoo user association collective)
CCWCable Cutoff Wavelength
CCWCleveland Clinic Wooster (Ohio)
CCWCold Coastal Waters
CCWChief Clancy Wiggum (Simpsons cartoon)
CCWCommand & Control Warfare
CCWCricklade Country Way (UK)
CCWConfédération Construction Wallone (French: Wallonia Construction Confederation; Belgium)
CCWCurriculum Critique Worksheet
CCWCharge Current Wave (type of Hartree-Fock wave function)
CCWCorrugated Circular Waveguide
CCWCoherent Carrier Wave
CCWCommand/Control Workstation
CCWCreating Common Wealth
CCWConservation Center for Westchester
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AGENCY, HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF COAL COMBUSTION WASTES (April 2010) (draft)).
The Alabama Environmental Management Commission (Alabama EMC) and Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) have honored two state lawmakers for their sponsorship of legislation to ensure coal combustion wastes are classified and regulated as solid waste in the state.
"Because of the new legislation, the department reported, it "will now be able to amend its regulations to ensure the proper regulation and disposal of coal combustion wastes in Alabama."
Coal combustion waste consists of inorganic residues that remain after pulverized coal is burned.
(59) Similar to the HSWA amendments that authorized EPA to establish criteria applicable to MSW landfills, Congress could specifically authorize EPA to revise existing solid waste management criteria to include standards applicable to landfills and surface impoundments that accept coal combustion wastes. Further, Congress could require states to adopt a permit program to assure that coal combustion waste management facilities within the state meet EPA's management criteria.
EPA requested a deadline extension, first until April 10, then until April 25, to review the issue, and was considering reversing its preliminary decision by making a "hazardous" determination for coal combustion waste.
Tucker, EPA Says Balance Needed Between Handling of Coal Combustion Waste, Beneficial Reuse, 40 ENV'T REP.
Other names given to these wastes include "coal combustion wastes" and "fossil fuel combustion wastes." See Hazardous and Solid Waste Management System, 75 Fed.
They could not take the chance of putting some into the marketplace and facing some creative litigation." [For more information about the debate over CCW regulation, see "Balancing Act: Creating the Right Regulation for Coal Combustion Waste," p.
A 2007 EPA study, Coal Combustion Waste Damage Assessments, identified 24 cases of proven damage and 43 cases of potential damage to ground or surface water adjacent to CCW disposal sites.
At the same time it is known that the coal combustion wastes have a high content of toxic trace metals [3, 11-13].
Enacted by the Kentucky General Assembly a quarter-century ago to encourage the state's utilities to continue burning coal, the law authorizes utilities to recover the costs of complying with federal, state and local environmental requirements related to coal combustion wastes and byproducts, commonly known as coal ash, from facilities used to produce energy from coal.