IWS

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AcronymDefinition
IWSIn-Wall Subwoofer (various companies)
IWSInternet World Stats (market research)
IWSInformation Worker Solutions (Microsoft)
IWSImaginary Web Server
IWSI-Planet Web Server
IWSInternational Warranty Service
IWSInstructional and Web Services
IWSInternational Web Services
IWSImage Web Server
IWSInternational Water Supply (Canada)
IWSIrish Water Spaniel (dog breed)
IWSIntegrated Warfare Systems
IWSInformation Warfare Site
IWSIndustrial Welding Supply (Lakewood, NJ)
IWSInternational Wool Secretariat
IWSIntelligent Workstation
IWSInterworking Signalling
IWSIntegrated Web Services
IWSinfoworkspace (General Dynamics collaboration tool set; formerly GTE)
IWSI Want Sex
IWSInduSoft Web Studio (software)
IWSIntegrated Weapon System
IWSIndividual Weapon System
IWSI'm with Stupid
IWSIntelligent Web Services (project)
IWSInfantry Weapons Systems (USMC)
IWSInformation Warfare and Strategy
IWSInterceptor & Waste Services (UK)
IWSIonizing Wet Scrubber
IWSIndoor Wireless Systems
IWSIrritable Woman Syndrome
IWSInternet Wrestling Syndicate
IWSIndividually Wrapped Slices (packaging)
IWSIndiana Wind Symphony
IWSIntegrated Waste Solutions, Inc. (West Chester, PA)
IWSInternational Wafer Service
IWSIntegrated Work Station
IWSInkjet and Web Solutions (Hewlett-Packard)
IWSInternational Wastewater Systems, Inc
IWSInactive Waste Site
IWSIntegrated Water System
IWSIntegrated Web Service
IWSInterim Wideband System
IWSIntegral Wind Services
IWSIntegrated Work Schedule
IWSInert Warhead Section
IWSInsensible Water Loss
IWSIntegrated Weapon System Manual
IWSIndustry Wage Survey (USA)
IWSInstrument Workshop (Australia)
IWSInteroperable Wave Standard
IWSIntranet Web Services
IWSInterceptor Weapons School (Tyndall Air Force Base; Florida)
IWSIntuitive Web Solutions, LLC (Springfield, MO)
IWSInfant Warming System
IWSIndustrial Warehouse Service (Tuscaloosa, AL)
References in periodicals archive ?
60) The breadth with which one construes the word disposal in this provision determines the breadth of the EPA's power under RCRA to order relief at inactive waste sites.
70) It seems highly unlikely that Congress would have used this kind of boilerplate language to enact such an important substantive legal change -- that is, allowing the EPA to address inactive waste sites.
This report suggests that Congress did not intend RCRA's imminent hazard provision to address the problems posed by inactive waste sites.
But more than 30,000 inactive waste sites are being considered for cleanup and the universe of potential sites has been estimated at about 75,000.