WRWAWisconsin Rural Water Association (Wisconsin, est. 1987)
WRWAWestern Riverside Waste Authority (London, England, UK)
WRWAWestport River Watershed Alliance (est. 1976; Westport, MA)
WRWAWill Rogers World Airport (Oklahoma City, OK)
WRWAWestfield River Watershed Association (est. 1953)
WRWAWisconsin Regional Writers Association, Inc. (est. 1948)
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WRWA is responsible for processing recycled waste collected from households by four councils - Hammersmith and Fulham,Kensington and Chelsea, Wandsworth, andLambeth.
The recycling is taken to a plant in Wandsworth operated by the private company Cory Riverside Energy, which is contracted by WRWA.
"I think we really need to address some of the fundamental issues with WRWA."
WRWA has said it shares these concerns, but does not believe the recycling that was found in Malaysia had passed through its plant.
A WRWA spokesperson said: "The Authority shares Councillor Andrew Brown's concerns.
The relocation of the center elevator that connects WRWA's pedestrian tunnel, baggage claim and ticketing levels is also underway.
Even though the WRWA fire department sent back the city fire department units, some fire fighters stayed back to help out the passengers.
WRWA recently created a panel, now on permanent display at the hospice, with 40 carvings as well as a children's automata (woodcarving with moving parts).
WRWA member Graham Lockwood presented Dr Roscoe with an automata in the form of her insignia of office (a rose) and a monarch butterfly.
The Department of Airports said 3,925,35 passengers flew in and out of WRWA during 2017, outpacing the airports previous record set in 2014 by 91,349.