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IEER (2013) Corruption and Satisfaction: SME Managers on Corruption
Based on the IEER, the components of the landfill project include leachate treatment plant, storm water detention pond, wetland treatment area, materials recovery facility soil stockpile area, waste cells and barge docking area.
With an IEER of 20 and an EER of 12.5, based on the performance of the 10 refrigeration tonnes (RT) units, the company claims that this makes the Inverter Single Package one of the most efficient temperature control solutions in the world.
But a 2007 report by the nonprofit Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER) would seem to justify Obama's decision.
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In 2007 the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER), in Heidelberg, Germany, found that the recycling of post-consumer Ingeo into new water bottles will offer environmental, energy, and package performance advantages compared to recycling PET back into bottles.
In his book Insurmountable Risks: The Dangers of Using Nuclear Power to Combat Global Climate Change (IEER Press), Brice Smith admits that, when compared to fossil fuels, nuclear power emits far lower levels of greenhouse gases, even when mining, enrichment and fuel fabrication are taken into account.
Research by the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER) shows that African Americans who rely on Savannah River fish for their dietary protein consume unsafe amounts of radioactively-contaminated fish.
Active multistatics via EER were originally intended to preserve the viability of large-area acoustic searches by land-based patrol aircraft; however, the first-generation EER sensor was not designed for shallow littorals, with their "clutter." An improved system, IEER, is about to enter the fleet and may gain greater acceptance for use in littorals.