SWPF

AcronymDefinition
SWPFSouthwest Pacific Force (US Navy)
SWPFSalt Waste Processing Facility (nuclear waste treatment)
SWPFSaudi Water & Power Forum (annual conference)
SWPFState Water Plan Fund (Kansas)
SWPFShort Wavelength Pass Filter
SWPFSungai Wain Protection Forest (Indonesia)
SWPFSingle White Professional Female
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Presented annually, the SWPF Award for Innovation celebrates excellence and outstanding achievements in the industry and rewards organisations for being the most innovative in the Saudi power and/or water sectors.
Saudi government's active role in promoting SWPF is a step towards creating more understanding about the know-how of achieving sustainable growth to revolutionise the power and water sector.
The SWPF is to process Cold War waste from the SRS underground storage tanks.
Wayne Baker from the SWPF said: "The whole thing has been a complete shambles.
He recommended the establishment of an independent water information centre to report about the water status in Saudi Arabia as well as to "reconsider food security policies and agriculture subsidies to match our water requirements." SWPF 2010 was organised by Bushnak Academy and the CWC Group.
SWPF will bring together the key stakeholders involved in these sectors to enable discussions which will assist in shaping the kingdom's power agenda," he added.
Department of Energy (DOE) personnel and the contractor for the Salt Waste Processing Facility (SWPF) at the Savannah River Site (SRS) have become "adversarial" and should be improved, according to a federal study.
Yamani and Dr Mahmoud Abu-Zeid are confirmed to join the growing list of distinguished experts addressing the industry at the Annual Saudi Water & Power Forum (SWPF) taking place this October in Jeddah.
But South Wales Police Federation (SWPF) criticised the operation as "shambolic".
Inaugurating the Fifth Saudi Water and Power Forum (SWPF 2009) in Jeddah last week, the minister said that the Kingdom is still attracting several international companies to implement new water and power projects and is exploring the prospects of making investments in these vital utility sectors.