WTE


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AcronymDefinition
WTEWorking to Empower (Canada)
WTEWalk to Emmaus (various locations)
WTEWyoming Tribune Eagle (newspaper; Cheyenne, WY)
WTEWaste To Energy
WTEWhole Time Equivalent
WTEWebSphere Test Environment
WTEWassertechnik GmbH (Germany Water Company)
WTEWeb Traffic Express (IBM)
WTEWeb Telephony Engine
WTEWind Tunnel Enterprise (NASA)
WTEWhat to Expect When You`re Expecting (Heidi Murkoff book)
WTEWedge Tailed Eagle
WTEWills, Trusts, & Estates (law school course)
WTEWriting the Essay (NYU course)
WTEWorst Team Ever (gaming)
WTEWeekly Training Events (military and government linguist/analysts)
WTEWelcome to Everworld (KA Applegate book)
WTEWeapons Test Equipment
WTEWavelength Termination Equipment
WTEWolverine Tractor and Equipment
WTEWisdom Tooth Extraction
WTEWind Turbine Engineering (Ireland)
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The GHG avoided corresponds to 611kg C[O.sub.2]-eq./Mg waste for the heat-conduction WtE and 424 kg C[O.sub.2]-eq./Mg waste for the power-conducted WtE, respectively.
However, opening of the new Narela- Bawana WTE is not the only good news Delhiites can expect.
It added that the range will come with a new solution for WtE automation -- the Main User Interface (MUI), which is a computer integrated with the crane's PLC system, allowing the operator to schedule and programme 20 different work routines in full automation.
EPA, using WTE facilities reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from waste management activities.
* National estimates--national estimates from the 2009 RCN survey, which found that a WTE qualified school nurse (Agenda for Change, Band 6) has on average 2,500 children on her caseload.
The waste used in WTE plants, also known as municipal solid waste, has been increasing in China, which is creating barrier in infrastructural development of the country.
Navigant Research, which produced the 2012 report "Waste-to-Energy Technology Markets, which analyzes the global market opportunity for WTE, expects waste-to-energy to grow from its current market size of $6.2 billion to $29.2 billion by 2022.
Pakistan began with WTE projects way back in Gen Zia ul Haq's era.
It can, and in my opinion should, include solar, wind, geothermal, and waste-to-energy (WTE).
The environmentalists who cheered Friday's decision are certainly correct when they point out that WTE plants emit toxins and carbon dioxide.
The same year, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to replace citywide garbage disposal with waste-to-energy (WTE) by 2016.