HWR

AcronymDefinition
HWRHand Writing Recognition
HWRHazardous Waste Regulations
HWRHenley Women's Regatta (UK)
HWRHalf-Wave Rectifier
HWRHot Water Return
HWRHot Wet Rock
HWRHalf-Wave Retarder
HWRHull Weight Ratio
HWRHarbison-Walker Refractories (various locations)
HWRHazardous Waste Reduction
HWRHeavy Water Reactor
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HWR is founded on research, theory, and clinical practice and is grounded in the theories of addiction, trauma, and women's psychological development.
While police reports usually classify cases where domestic workers fall from balconies as suicide, this classification is highly suspect," said the HWR press release, citing testimonials from survivors who said they were fleeing abuse.
4) Even so, health status is an important influence on the retirement decision and was ranked first in the HWR study by both the retired and non-retired groups.
Many staff members have volunteered to work on the unit and, according to Gail Anderson, LSW, social worker for HWR, the rewards are extraordinary.
Neita Roper, who handles the business end of HWR Enterprises, also owns two preschool education operations, Roper Inc.
HWR also transports, stores, processes and disposes environmentally regulated water primarily throughout Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.
Beyond Trauma (BT) can be used alone or following Helping Women Recover (HWR) to deepen the trauma work begun in HWR.
The monolithic refractory materials produced by HWR Ltd are sold to a wide customer base throughout the world,covering chemical process industries, the aluminium industry,mineral processing,incineration,power generation,ceramics,glass and iron/steel and ferrous foundries.
Its HWR (Heckman Water Resources) services deliver and dispose of water used in the industry, as well as trucking and handling of fluids.
The materials produced by HWR are sold to a wide customer base throughout the world, covering chemical process industries, the aluminium industry, mineral processing, incineration, power generation, ceramics, glass and iron/steel and ferrous foundries.
HWR transports, stores, processes and disposes environmentally regulated water throughout Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.
California-based Heckmann Corporation (NYSE: HEK), parent company to HWR, provides water management services to Encana and other producers in the Haynesville resource play.