WWD

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AcronymDefinition
WWDWomen's Wear Daily (newspaper)
WWDWildwood (Amtrak station code; Wildwood, FL)
WWDWorld Water Day (March 22nd)
WWDWestward (weather reports)
WWDCape May, NJ United States (airport code)
WWDWeb Worker Daily (blog)
WWDWeather Working Day (Shipping)
WWDWastewater Discharge
WWDWind Wave Direction
WWDWorld Wide Database
WWDWorld Wide Domination
WWDWords With Dots (like X.25, X.400, Etc)
WWDUS Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District
WWDWorker's World Party
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A draft modification to the landfill's wastewater discharge permit took effect on Sept.
Nalco has guided the 583-room Marriott Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre and Marriott Executive Apartments in Mumbai, India, to lessen water use in its cooling systems for lowering energy use and wastewater discharge.
The plant, which was previously known as Grand River Poultry, has a history of releasing wastewater discharge greatly exceeding the allowable limits by the Sharp sewage processing plant.
Wastewater discharge fluctuates hourly as a result of human activity and more spcifically is irregular use of water supply.
The environment-evaluation team recently held a meeting to discuss wastewater discharge but failed to reach a consensus, with the CTSP Administration required to re-propose its wastewater disposal, Yang said.
To restore the overall health of the river, fish and other species, the Verso Paper Mill in Jay, NewPage in Rumford, and Florida Power and Light's dam between Lewiston and Auburn will now face strict wastewater discharge levels, and will be required to increase the amount of oxygen pumped into the river.
Environmental Protection Agency has finalized the Pretreatment Streamlining Rule, which revises how industrial and commercial facilities manage wastewater discharge before sending it on to publicly owned treatment works for final treatment.
* Improvement in wastewater discharge quality with charged starches
Both of these factors have reduced the river's natural purification capacity, concentrating contaminants near wastewater discharge points.
Sybill operated from 1991 to 2001, during which time the Detroit Water and Sewage Department and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality cited Sybill for air and wastewater discharge violations.
According to Ministry of Environment (MOE) publications, there has been only one prosecution for a breach of wastewater discharge laws since 1998.
Although the original operating permit granted to Rocco requires the company to monitor its Woodstock wastewater discharge, there is no limit to the amount of nutrients that can be dumped into the river.