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EUPEuropean Union Politics (journal)
EUPEscuela Universitaria Politecnica (Spanish: Polytechnical University School)
EUPEdinburgh University Press (Edinburgh, Scotland)
EUPEnd User Program
EUPEager Updates Propagation
EUPEuropean Unix Platform
EUPEnd User Product
EUPEnd User Programming
EUPExperimental Use Permit
EUPEnriched Uranium Product
EUPEnergy Using Product
EUPEnterprise Unified Process
EUPEdinboro University of Pennsylvania
EUPEastern Upper Peninsula (Michigan, USA)
EUPExtended University Program (various schools)
EUPExtrauterine Pregnancy
EUPEnvironmental Use Permit
EUPEnd-User Product
EUPEnd User Proxy
EUPEquipment Usage Profile
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A gasification facility steadily operating at Showa Denko's Kawasaki Plant (annual plastic waste processing capability: approximately 70,000 tons) since 2003 applies EUP. This is the only technology for gasification chemical recycling in the world with a long-term track record of commercial operation.
Studies on the combined effects of EUP and other interventions (e.g., EUP plus rinsing therapy) were considered for inclusion when the same intervention was applied to both the EUP group and the control group.
The remaining 62 patients underwent an Anderson-Hynes dismembered pyeloplasty with drainage using a EUP stent or DJ stent, via an open or laparoscopic approach, based on surgeon preference.
The current inventory of 280 kg of 20% EUP which Iran has accumulated since it began enriching at this level just three years ago is enough to meet Iran's requirements for more than twenty years if the reactor were to continue to operate as in the past, enough for a decade if Iran were to be successful in operating the 1960s-vintage machine flat out to produce isotopes round-the-clock.
EIMC is one of Egypt's leading pharmaceutical distributors that focus on oncology, intensive care products and blood derivatives and EUP is a pioneer in manufacturing a wide range of oncology and intensive care products.
Aiming to reduce environmental burden and improve environmental performance, EuP Directives adopted by the European Parliament and the Council established a framework for eco-design requirements that regulate energy-using products.
The company said that the new standby power requirement for the drive will meet the European Union's EuP (Energy Using Products) Directive for Standby Regulation, effective January 2010.
Taipei, Oct 6, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - ASUS, the leading provider of innovative digital solutions and a company with a strong environmental focus, has once again met international standards in environmental protection by adhering to the Energy-using Power (EuP) standards for its new motherboards.
Recently, Frank Anderson (Buckeye PVA), Fred Tregaskes (Keystone PVA), and Frank Menendez and Scott Speser (PVA Architecture) visited the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (EUP) campus.
AS WE ENTER summer 2007 the European Union's initiatives for eco-design of energy using products, known as the EuP directive, is about to come online.
In the EU, the Energy-Using Products (EuP) directive will take effect in August of next year.
In addition implementation guides explaining how the directives work are also available for the WEEE and RoHS Directives, with a guide for the EuP Directive soon to be available.