DSWADeutsch Sudwestafrika (German South West Africa; modern day Namibia)
DSWADry Stone Walling Association (UK)
DSWADelaware Solid Waste Authority
DSWADefense Special Weapons Agency (US DoD; formerly Defense Nuclear Agency)
DSWADirect Selling Womens Alliance
DSWADamon S. Williams Associates (Phoenix, AZ)
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Colonisation and German occupation of DSWA resulted in conflict between German farmers, the Ovaherero and Namaqua tribes, in particular, and came to a head with the proclamation of an 'Extermination Order' issued by Lothar von Trotha in 1904.
"I don't think we'll ever get back to the level where we used to be, when were almost at 1.2 million tons a year" in 2008, said DSWA CEO Richard P.
Naturally, the courses offered by the DSWA are limited in scope, but you could choose to attend a short beginners' course, which usually takes place over a weekend, or work towards a certificate (level 1, 2 or 3, or 'master craftsman') on a longer course.
This award is given to the individual and vendor company that has contributed to the success of the members of DSWA. Robert has traveled to chapter meetings around the country and shared how the Go Solo tele-communications system can save direct sellers time and money while simplifying their lives.
In a major reorganization that took affect in October 1998, he combined the OSIA, DSWA, Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA), CTR, and chemical/biological defense programs previously executed by OSD into a new organization, the DTRA.
The projects in Kent and Sussex counties were developed by Ameresco, an energy service company that also developed, owns, and operates two multi-million dollar landfill gas-to-energy power plants at DSWA's Southern and Central Landfills.
The DSWA has operated a statewide voluntary residential recycling program for 13 years, which includes 145 drop-off locations, and has recently launched a curbside recycling pilot program.
"In the future, when someone is interested in talking to the experts about force protection," said Shalikashvili, "I want them to first think about the United States military and DSWA."
The GAO found that the DEF has been in compliance with many elements of its agreement with the DSWA but the agency has not enforced compliance in some respects.
A recycling facility that will serve the entire state of Delaware is up and running in Wilmington following a $15 million investment by ReCommunity, which has a 20-year agreement to operate it for the Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA).
First, the establishment of DTRA in late 1998 integrated the denuclearization and counterproliferation activities of the OSIA, the DSWA, and the OSD's CTR Program Office and Chemical and Biological Warfare Program Office.
Having successfully run five-day introductory courses at Kirkley Hall for three years, Donald Gunn, course tutor, developed a new North East Open College accredited course to prepare students to take the entry level professional test for DSWA Initial Certification.