LLWRLow Level Waste Repository (UK site for disposal of low-level radioactive waste near Drigg, Cumbria)
LLWRLeast Limiting Water Range (soil science)
LLWRLifelong Learning Wales Record
LLWRLeague of Lebanese Woman's Rights
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Release date- 29082019 - The GRAHAM - LLWR Engineering, Design & Construction Framework (EDCF) has been shortlisted for this year's Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) Collaborative Awards in the Social Impact category.
Just a few days after announcing her appointment, as part of LLWR's Mental Health and Wellbeing initiative, she was overwhelmed by the response from colleagues.
The work is being undertaken as part of the National Waste Programme, co-ordinated by LLWR on behalf of Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), which aims to reduce the amount of low level waste material sent for disposal.
The various estimates of available water from AW, LLWR, IWC and [IWC.sub.plants] are shown in Table 7.
The LLWR is a soil quality index that integrates into a single variable (soil bulk density) the factors that directly affect the plant growth.
LLWR is acting on behalf of Magnox Ltd for the procurement and contract management of the project, which is scheduled to take place in 2013.
Estimation of LLWR is not possible for HRZ soils without data on field capacity and related air-filled porosity or soil mechanical strength.
The aim of this study was, therefore, to determine the LLWR of a soil seedbed at 6 and 18 months after mechanical and biological chiselling under a no-till system.
Much of the waste buried in vaults and concrete trenches at the Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) near the village of Drigg originates from one of the world's most contaminated nuclear sites, Sellafield, a few miles away.
(1994) como "Least Limiting Water Range" (LLWR) e definido como a faixa de teor de agua no solo em que as limitacoes relativas a disponibilidade de agua, aeracao e resistencia a penetracao, sao minimas, tornando-se um indicador da qualidade estrutural do solo para a produtividade das culturas.