WPCA

AcronymDefinition
WPCAWater Pollution Control Authority (Connecticut)
WPCAWorld Professional Chuckwagon Association
WPCAWorldwide Palliative Care Alliance
WPCAWisconsin Partners for Clean Air (est. 1996)
WPCAWater Pollution Control Association (various locations)
WPCAWater Pollution Control Act of 1948 (US Clean Water Act)
WPCAWillowfield Parish Community Association (UK)
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Cape Cobras CEO Nabeal Dien said the Sanlam will cover 51 per cent of the costs, while the WPCA will rise for the remaining 49 per cent.
BEMC's board, which has historically shown a willingness to increase rates to maintain its strong financial performance, implemented a WPCA charge increase which resulted in a 2.6% ($3.28) average monthly bill increase (assuming 1,000 kWh/month consumption).
In the wPCA, it is noted that, before calculating the correlation matrix [C.sub.w], each sample point requires being multiplied or weighted with proper coefficients or a weight function w([lambda]), resulting in weighted data [E.sub.w],
End while; 3.7 Glow Worm Clustering Algorithm (WPCA)
There is one meet in Dawson Creek, B.C., but except for that meet, the WPCA competes only in Alberta, while the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) competes in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
The WPCA said the report raises fresh concerns that too many people across the world are living and dying without adequate care, support and pain relief.
8 CME will meet with the WPCA in order to discuss the available options and on Tuesday, Sept.
WPCA chairman Chris Clark, the secretary of Cross Keys, saidd: "The slide show and speeches by the WRU hierarchy said all the recommendations of the reviewof the Premiership had been implemented but that was patently not the case.
Located in Bradley and Drew counties, the WPCA supports the highest quality remaining examples of saline barrens and prairies in Arkansas.
Control Act (WPCA), (81) and the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA).
The Bridgeport Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA), however, remains responsible for administrative duties and continues to monitor debt.
Milnes, Thomas R., and Smith, Nacky, "Community Action at Quaker Lake," WPCA of Pennsylvania Magazine, 6 pp., November/December 1978.