VCP

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AcronymDefinition
VCPVMware Certified Professional
VCPVoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Control Panel
VCPVerband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder (German Scouts)
VCPVoluntary Cleanup Program
VCPVideo Cassette Player
VCPVoluntary Correction Program (IRS)
VCPVitrified Clay Pipe
VCPVios Club Philippines (Toyota Vios)
VCPVisual Calendar Planner
VCPVeritas Certified Professional
VCPVisual C++
VCPVariable Camshaft Phasing
VCPVirtual Control Program
VCPVario Cam Plus
VCPVisual Call Pick-up
VCPVietnamese Communist Party
VCPVictim Compensation Program
VCPVehicle Check Point
VCPVienna Capital Partners (Vienna, Austria)
VCPVirtual Control Panel
VCPVista Codec Package (software)
VCPVictorian College of Pharmacy (Australia)
VCPVariable Cost Productivity
VCPVoice Communication Package (software)
VCPViral Coat Protein (gene)
VCPVirtual Communication Port (Windows driver)
VCPDivision Vice Captain
VCPVisual Comfort Probability (interior lighting)
VCPVariable Compensation Program (various companies)
VCPVictims of Crime Program (State of California)
VCPVillage Concept Project
VCPVehicle Control Program (US Air Force)
VCPVirtual Community Platform
VCPVolume Coverage Patterns
VCPVoluntary Cooperation Programme (meteorology)
VCPValue Chain Portfolio (MatrixOne)
VCPVideo Co-Processor
VCPVerenigde Communistische Partij (Dutch political party)
VCPPhotographic Composite Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1959 to 1961)
VCPVector Control Processor
VCPVirtual Channel Processor
VCPVertical Clay Pipe
VCPVehicle Collecting Point
VCPVector Coprocessor
VCPVice Division Captain
VCPVendor Current Promise (Sprint)
VCPVertical Control Point
VCPVariable and Constant Perturbation
VCPVoice Content Provider (voice portal content provider)
VCPViracopo Airport, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
VCPVery High Speed Integrated Circuit Communications Processor
VCPVirtual Circuit Profile (Nortel)
VCPVoluntary Contribution Premium (insurance)
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To be an eligible applicant, the owner cannot be the party responsible for the release of hazardous substances at the property, the city or county must endorse the project, the project must be accepted into the state Voluntary Cleanup program, and the state must project that the project will create at least 10 new jobs or retain 25 jobs.
NEW JERSEY'S VOLUNTARY CLEANUP PROGRAM: TESTING THE BROWNFIELDS STORY
The Site Remediation Program is a voluntary cleanup program administered by the Remedial Project Management Section, Bureau of Land, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
Working with the state's voluntary cleanup program, Ocanto has converted the blighted site into a small landscaped parking lot serving main street retail.
We're seeing a lot of return business in our voluntary cleanup program because people like what we're doing." California offers state oversight and expedited approval processes that are sympathetic to the time-sensitive nature of real estate projects.
Many states have established voluntary cleanup programs in recent years aimed at providing alternative approaches to cleaning up brownfields, particularly in urban areas where such sites are obstacles to revitalizing depressed neighborhoods.
Instead, New York has a longstanding program devoted to remediating contaminated inactive hazardous waste disposal sites, referred to sometimes as the Title 13 program because it is contained in Article 27, Title 13 of the state's Environmental Conservation Law.(132) Further, in 1994, following a course pursued by many states nationwide, New York created a "Voluntary Cleanup Program."(133) As suggested above, presumably the Legislature and Governor were mindful of the existence and nature of these programs when they structured the 1996 Bond Act environmental restoration program.
In order to ensure the safety of the soil at the site, it will be remediated under the guidance of the Mayor's Office of Environmental Remediation within the NYC Voluntary Cleanup Program.
The site will be eligible for appropriate reuse as part of West Virginia's voluntary cleanup program, which encourages voluntary clean-ups of contaminated sites as well as redevelopments of abandoned and under-utilized properties.
The site will be eligible for appropriate re-use as part of West Virginia s voluntary cleanup program, which encourages voluntary clean-ups of contaminated sites as well as redevelopments of abandoned and under-utilized properties.
Union Pacific is participating in a voluntary cleanup program under a 1993 agreement between the state and Southern Pacific railroad, the previous owner of the property.
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