DSW

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AcronymDefinition
DSWDesigner Shoe Warehouse
DSWGoodbye (Morse Code abbreviation)
DSWWork Space (file extension)
DSWDirector of Social Welfare (Hong Kong)
DSWDivision of Surface Water
DSWDeutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (German Foundation for World Population)
DSWDisconnect Switch (various companies)
DSWDeutsche Schutzvereinigung für Wertpapierbesitz (German protective society for securities)
DSWDefinition of Solid Waste (EPA)
DSWDistributed Switching
DSWDeveloper Studio Workspace
DSWDisability Sport Wales (UK)
DSWDoctor of Social Work
DSWDust Storm Warning (Emergency Alert System code)
DSWDead Sea Works (Israel)
DSWDisaster Service Worker (California)
DSWDienst Sociale Werkvoorziening (Dutch: Sheltered Service)
DSWDirect Service Workforce (various organizations)
DSWDirected Stockpile Work
DSWDeutsches Sozialwerk (German: German Social Services)
DSWDevelopmental Services Worker
DSWDe Sociale Werkplaats (Dutch: The Social Workplace)
DSWDevice Status Word
DSWData Status Word
DSWDear Sweet Wife
DSWDeep South Wrestling, LLC (WWE developmental/farm league)
DSWDick Size War
DSWDoctor of Social Welfare
DSWDolly Sods Wilderness
DSWDivorced Separated Widowed (marital status)
DSWDeutsch Schorr Waite Algorithm (garbage collection algorithm)
DSWDeep Sternal Wound (infections)
DSWData Storage Workshop
DSWDiesel Seawater
DSWDirect Scheduled Work-order (USAF Civil Engineering)
DSWDesperately Seeking Wife
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(39.) Criteria for the Definition of Solid Waste and Solid and Hazardous Waste Exclusions, U.S.
At the May 1 meeting hosted by the EPA Office for Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, IPC again highlighted concerns with the TRI rule, and IPCs testimony at the upcoming Office of Land and Emergency Management will focus on the RCRA Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) rule issued in 2014, and the RCRA HWG Improvements.
Right before 2014 drew to a close, the EPA announced that it had finalized its Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) rule, which modifies its 2008 DSW rule designed to protect human health and the environment from the mismanagement of hazardous secondary material while promoting sustainability through the encouragement of safe and environmentally responsible recycling.
EPA released its final revisions to the Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) Rule, which were initially proposed in 2011, and at which time ACA provided comments to the agency.
The Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) final rule modifies the EPA's 2008 DSW rule to protect human health and the environment from the mismanagement of hazardous secondary material, while promoting sustainability through the encouragement of safe and environmentally responsible recycling of such materials.
The new EPA rule creates a conditional exclusion from the definition of hazardous waste for non-laundered wipes and a conditional exclusion from the definition of solid waste for laundered wipes.
(5) The CAA does not contain a definition of solid waste, but instead refers to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for the definition.
EPA 's Subtitle C Regulatory Definition of Solid Waste
Chief among these, according to ISRI, is the effort to address the definition of solid waste to reflect that "scrap is not waste" and "recycling is not disposal."
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a proposal to modify the definition of solid waste to exclude from hazardous water regulations some secondary materials that are targeted for recycling.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed to modify the definition of solid waste rule to streamline regulation of hazardous secondary materials.
recyclable materials in the definition of solid waste, (102) and defines