ECODA

AcronymDefinition
ECODAEuropean Confederation of Directors Associations (Belgium)
ECODAEnhanced Central Office for Delay Analysis
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ECODA is a not-for-profit organization based in Charlottetown, P.E.I., that works with producers, processors, exporters, researchers and governments to increase the economic value and export potential of the canola and soybean industries in Eastern Canada.
"The ECODA model is focused on gaining international market share by linking growers, processors and exporters to the scientific research they need to win on competitiveness, productivity and uniqueness in those markets," said Rory Francis, President of ECODA.
Unlike ECODA, BusinessEurope considers that "Norway is an example where, despite quotas, the number of women in these positions has remained stable".
* Procurement of the turnkey contract for the supply and installation of the Southeast Regional Medical Waste Collection and Treatment system have been completed (August 2007); SEEN Environment from Martinique with the ECODAS steam sterilization and technology from France was selected and implementation of the facility have commenced;
The French Ministries of Health and the Environment have approved several non-incineration processes to treat potentially infectious wastes, including a steam system developed by Ecodas, headquartered in Roubaix.
Ecodas drew upon its 20 years of experience manufacturing steam pressure autoclaves for the textile industry to design a medical waste treatment system.
The first stage of the Ecodas treatment involves loading contaminated waste into a hermetically sealed chamber that feeds a grinder with 20 rotating blades.
Ecodas designed three different versions of its waste treatment machines to accommodate a range of waste volumes and space available for installation.