EPALEuropean Pallet Association
EPALEnterprise Privacy Authorization Language (IBM)
EPALÉchanger pour Apprendre en Ligne (French: Online Learning Exchange)
EPALElevated Privileges Application Launcher (Microsoft)
EPALEnhanced Pressure Acid Leach (mining technology)
EPALEmpresa Pública das Águas Livres (Portugal)
EPALEx-Pierceys Adventure League
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The contract in question involves making all interventions (works and supplies) make necessary infrastructure in the EPAL water network, covering maintenance work on pipelines and stations, network extension interventions (expansion works, rehabilitation, improvement and deviations) and new extensions in existing network, to be held in place inserted in the geographical area of ?
Services for the operation of cafeterias and bars EPAL, under supply "the lift pass.
Services related to control of local consumption, openings and closures of water EPAL.
purchase Maintenance of network infrastructures EPAL, including civil works and mechanical construction and repair of pipes and home-based extensions.
Multi-Vendor Project of the Year: Contimetra for EPAL Laboratories
Each teacher obtained a free ePal e-mail account and, within that, created 36 subsidiary "monitored mail" accounts for student use.
Summary: DP World wasted no time adding to human capital at the newest addition to its global portfolio: Less than nine days after the company took over operations at DP World Djazair, a joint venture between DP World Djazair and EPAL, the Algerian Port Authority, two crane operators became the first Algerians to undergo rigorous training at DP World's flagship Jebel Ali terminal.
Aconitum ferox, a very toxic species of the plant, grows around the Himalayas and N epal.
Those fans who enjoy an energetic stroll should check out the Electricity Museum, while supporters thirsting for some local culture need go no further than the Epal Water Museum.
Adopting EPAL will give business a competitive advantage in bidding for those contracts, says Anderson.
EPAL, to be announced at the Burton Group's Catalyst 2003 Conference in San Francisco, California, will work at an application level, plugging into Java according to IBM.
Stand-pipes had previously existed in some older parts of the city, through the strapped-forcash public water provider, EPAL.