ECU

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AcronymDefinition
ECUElectronic Control Unit
ECUEngine Control Unit
ECUEast Carolina University
ECUEdith Cowan University
ECUEcuador (ISO Country code)
ECUEast Central University (Ada, OK)
ECUEuropean Currency Unit (former monetary unit)
ECUEquality Challenge Unit (UK)
ECUEmployees Credit Union (various locations)
ECUEvaporative Cooling Unit (air conditioning)
ECUEuropean Chess Union
ECUElectronically-Controlled Unit (engines)
ECUExternal Control Unit (various uses)
ECUEISA Configuration Utility
ECUEnvironmental Control Unit
ECUExtended Care Unit (medical care)
ECUEuropean Chiropractors' Union (est. 1932)
ECUEurasian Customs Union
ECUExtreme Close Up (film & video)
ECUExtensor Carpi Ulnaris (tendon)
ECUElectrical Control Unit
ECUEnd Cryptographic Unit
ECUEmergency Care Unit (trauma facility)
ECUUnità di Conto Europea (Italian)
ECUEvidence Control Unit (various locations)
ECUEnvironmental Crimes Unit (DOE)
ECUEdison Credit Union
ECUEncephalitozoon Cuniculi
ECUExperiment Control Unit (NASA)
ECUEnvironmental Conditioning Unit
ECUEngineering Concepts Unlimited (manufacturer/designer of engine controls)
ECUEternal Care Unit (morgue euphemism)
ECUElectrical Conversion Unit
ECUEngine Change Unit
ECUElectro Chemical Unit
ECUError Correction Unit
ECUEnergy Conservation Unit (hot water heat exchanger)
ECUEngineering Concepts Unlimited, Inc (manufacturer/designer of Engine Controls)
ECUEnglish Church Union
ECUEnergy Recovery Unit (hot water heat exchanger)
ECUEnhanced Channel Unit (cellular)
ECUElgin Choral Union (Elgin, IL)
ECUEquivalence Class Unification
ECUElectronic Cabling Unit
ECUEnd COMSEC Unit
ECUExecutive Control Unit
ECUEntertainment Capacity Unit
ECUExternal Connectivity Utility
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Then last week, Cooper directed the State Bureau of Investigations Diversion and Environmental Crimes Unit to assess whether a criminal investigation is warranted in this case.
The authority's environmental crimes unit investigates flytipping incidents with a view to prosecution.
Dan Rottmueller, fire investigator and head of Cincinnati's Environmental Crimes Unit.
Garelick and Rajiv Shah of the Environmental Crimes Unit under the supervision of Deputy Bureau Chief for Criminal Prosecutions Stephanie Swenton, Bureau Chief Gail Heatherly and Executive Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice Kelly Donovan.
Tribal officials assisted the justice department's environmental crimes unit in prosecuting the case.
After the photographs are downloaded, they will be emailed by the Environmental Crimes Unit to the criminal information clearinghouse, making them accessible by in-car computer to every police vehicle in the state.
Joan Silverstein was named last month chief of the Economic and Environmental Crimes unit at the U.
The Owl Sanctuary at Ebbw Vale will be bringing some of its birds and the South Wales Police wildlife and environmental crimes unit will be talking about crimes committed against animals.
For example, while at the Department of Justice, we worked with EPA to develop the new Superfund enforcement program that resulted in the cleanup of thousands of sites, and developed the Environmental Crimes Unit that is now a major function deterring the violation of our Nation's environmental laws.
The case was brought to the Attorney General's Environmental Crimes Unit leader Hugh McLean.
Population: 606,900 Program Name: Environmental Crimes Unit Year Started: 1998 Address: City of Washington, Metropolitan Police Department, 300 Indiana Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001 Contact: (202) 727-4218
An internal DOJ memo shows that, from fiscal year 1983 (when the Environmental Crimes Unit began) through fiscal year 1991, the federal government had either negotiated guilty pleas or had won convictions at trial in 78 percent of its environmental cases.
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