IETC

AcronymDefinition
IETCIndustrial Energy Technology Conference
IETCIllinois Employment & Training Center
IETCInternational Environment Technology Centre (United Nations Environment Program)
IETCIndian Employment Tax Credit (US IRS)
IETCIndependent Electric Transmission Company
IETCInternational Educational Technology Symposium (conference)
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HCEs: Healthcare establishments HCFs: Healthcare facilities HCW: Healthcare waste HCWM: Healthcare waste management IETC: International Environmental Technology Centre KCC: Khulna City Corporation MCDM: Multicriteria decision-making NGO: Nongovernmental organization SAT: Sustainability Assessment of Technology UNDP: United Nations Development Program UNEP: United Nations Environment Program WHO: World Health Organization.
Mary, also an IETC who had immigrated to Canada from the Czech Republic 15 years prior to the study, echoed a similar rationale for her high self-perceived level of empathy towards ELLs and understanding of diversity-related issues:
As per survey done by IETC and Mehran University of E and T, Sanghar produces 2.5 million tons of waste (listed above) annually.
(41) TUNDISI, Ibidem, p.43 (Fonte: PNUMA, IETC, 2001, UNESCO, 2003).
At the 2011 Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC), held May 17-19 in New Orleans, the Baytown toluene diisocyanate (TDI) Train team received the American Chemistry Council's (ACC) Responsible Care[R] Energy Efficiency Exceptional Merit award for its efforts.
(Contains 1 table.) [This paper was published in the proceedings of the International Educational Technology Conference (IETC) (Istanbul, Turkey, April 26-28, 2010).
Seventh International Educational Technology (IETC) Conference; Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus; 3-5 May 2007 [cited 15 May 2008].
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[27] United Nations Environmental Protection (UNEP), International Source Book on Environmentally Sound Technologies for Municipal, IETC Technical Publication 530:14-001, UNEP, Washington, DC, USA, 2002.
(Contains 3 tables and 2 figures.) [This paper was published in the proceedings of the annual International Educational Technology Conference (IETC) (Istanbul, Turkey, April 26-28, 2010).