ODC

(redirected from Ozone-Depleting Compound)
AcronymDefinition
ODCOrnithine Decarboxylase
ODCOrdinary Decent Criminal (movie)
ODCOsaka Designers' College (Japan)
ODCOther Direct Costs
ODCOrdine Dottori Commercialisti (Italian: Order of Chartered Accountants)
ODCOffshore Development Centre
ODCOracle Direct Connect
ODCOptical Disc Corporation
ODCOptical Disc Cartridge
ODCOracle Developer Conference
ODCOracle Data Center
ODCOpen Direct Connect
ODCon Demand Computing
ODCOffice Developer Conference
ODCOpera Direct Connect
ODCover Driving Circuit
ODCOther Direct Cost
ODCOffice Data Connection
ODCOperating Duty Cycle
ODCOverseas Development Council
ODCOpen Database Connectivity
ODCOutpatient Diagnostic Center
ODCOzone-Depleting Chemical
ODCOrthogonal Defect Classification
ODCOffice of Defense Cooperation
ODCOther Direct Charges
ODCOrganization Development Consultants (Wisconsin)
ODCOther Data Center
ODCOutdoor Cover
ODCOperational Data Center (various organizations)
ODCOverhead Door Corporation (Lewsville, TX)
ODCOn Demand Community (IBM)
ODCOxyhaemoglobin Dissociation Curve
ODCOki Data Corporation (various locations)
ODCOther Depository Corporation
ODCOpening Day Collection (various organizations)
ODCOpen Data Connection (Microsoft)
ODCOperational Data Centre (various organizations)
ODCOne Day Competition
ODCOdissi Dance Company (India)
ODCOutsourced Development Center
ODCOhio Dominican College (Columbus, Oh, USA)
ODCOpera don Calabria (disability organization; Verona, Italy)
ODCOn Demand Configuration (software)
ODCOntario Development Corporation (Government of Ontario Corporation - Canada)
ODCOklahoma Department of Commerce
ODCOzone-Depleting Compound
ODCOhio Data Center
ODCOpen Door Clinic
ODCOffshore Dedicated Center (outsourcing)
ODCOverseas Distribution Corporation
ODCOwner's Duplicate Certificate (Philippines)
ODCFlorida Office of Drug Control
ODCOptical Datacom
ODCOntario Dairy Council (Canada)
ODCOffice Depot Center
ODCObservability - Don't Care
ODCOxygen-Doped Carbide
ODCOrganisation Tunisienne de la Défense du Consommateur (French)
ODCOver Dimensional Consignment (India)
ODCOverseas Development Corporation
ODCOperational Design Criteria
ODCOzone Depleting Containment
ODCObligation Data Code
ODCOrdnance Controller
ODCOffice Development Council
ODCOn-Demand Routing with Caching
ODCOgden Development Center
ODCOperation Desert Capture
ODCOfficer Designator Code
ODCOperational Detachment C (a battalion size Special Forces Unit or C Team)
ODCOne Degree Connected LLC
ODCOahu Dive Center (Kailua, HI)
ODCOpen Door Cambridge
ODCOptimal Diversity Combiner
ODCOrigin Distribution Center
ODCOnline Data Correction
References in periodicals archive ?
The utilization of chlorinated solvents, specifically Class I ozone-depleting compounds (ODCs), is being continually scrutinized by EPA and OSHA.
The bromine in methyl bromide is 50 times more efficient at destroying ozone than the chlorine in chloroflurocarbons (CFCs), the best known ozone-depleting compounds, which once had a wide range of industrial applications (See "The Refrigerator Revolution," September/October 1996).
Water-based and solvent-free formulations are typical of the latest crop of mold releases, which are free of ozone-depleting compounds (ODCs) and have low VOC levels.
This increase is dependent upon the finishing material not containing ozone-depleting compounds, specifically 111 trichlorethane, said Monty Price, air quality engineer with the SCAQMD.
and 22 other countries signed a landmark agreement in September of 1987 to limit the production of ozone-depleting compounds. Since the original signing of the "Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer," growing concern has led to additional agreements that accelerate the phase-out of ozone depleting compounds.
ESRL tracks the thickness of the ozone layer, as well as the burden of ozone-depleting compounds in the atmosphere.
The new rules are intended to eliminate venting of ozone-depleting compounds (ODCs) into the atmosphere.
HFCs, which do not contain ozone-destroying chlorine or bromine atoms, are used as substitutes for ozone-depleting compounds such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in such uses as refrigeration, air conditioning, and the production of insulating foams.