EOCDExecutive Office of Communities and Development (Massachusetts)
EOCDElektro Offroad Club Dielsdorf (German: Electric Offroad Club Dielsdorf; Dielsdorf, Switzerland)
EOCDEgyptian Organization for Comprehensive Development
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Shukri Al Mehairi, GM of Dubai Investments Industries (DII), the industrial arm of DI, said: "With the phenomenal capacity expansion achieved after the plant was re-commissioned, EOCD has grown its network to include customers in high potential markets such as Europe, India, China and South East Asia.
EOCD's plant is located in the Jebel Ali Free Zone and is endowed with six silos that have a capacity of 10,000 tonnes each of seeds.
Established in 2006 as a part of DII, EOCD is listed as one of the largest multi seed crushing plants in the Middle East, with a facility spread over 70,000sqm at the Jebel Ali Free Zone.
The Web site could contain general information about the dangers associated with EOCD use and high-risk sexual activity; information about the legal penalties associated with EOCD production, sale, and possession; information about the relationship between EOCD use and high-risk sexual behaviors, information a diagnostic tool to self-diagnose AOD dependence; and electronic links to national, state, and local substance abuse prevention and treatment resources [e.g., CSAP and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)].
Rave attendees comprise the population at highest risk for EOCD use, including criminal offenders, high school and college students, and youthful household respondents.
Identifying the prevalence and correlates of ecstasy and other club drug (EOCD) use among high school seniors.
Communities interested in increasing their regional activities can turn to the EOCD's two-year-old Bureau of Planning and Regionalism and the Regionalism Resource Center, which is the first of its kind in the state.
The EOCD has been a participant in efforts to examine the formal level of regional agencies including participation on the legislature's Subcommittee on Regionalism.
The EOCD's proposal seeks to streamline the formal regional structure of the commonwealth and to allow locally defined regions to create regional organizations.
The EOCD's database indicates that for many communities the answer is no.
Regional solutions can be positive and beneficial to our communities, and...the EOCD [is] committed to assisting cities and town as they consider regional options.
Encouraged by legislators, and local and regional officials, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Communities and Development (EOCD) created the Bureau of Planning and Regionalism and its Regionalism Resource Center in 1993 to document the types of interlocal agreements that exist and provide the information to communities that wish to explore similar arrangements.