ZWP

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AcronymDefinition
ZWPZahnarzt Wirtschaft Praxis (German: Dental Marketing Practice; publication)
ZWPZero Waste Plan (various nations)
ZWPZumbro Watershed Partnership, Inc. (Rochester, MN)
ZWPZero Window Probe
ZWPZone Wind Plotter
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The Scottish Government introduced its Zero Waste Plan in 2010 and introduced legislation to enact it in 2014.
The company's Zero Hunger I Zero Waste plan includes a commitment to establish a $10 million innovation fund within the Kroger Co.
Since its establishment, the evolution of Zero Waste Scotland~s offering has been profound moving from an original focus built around the delivery of the Scottish Government~s Zero Waste Plan to programme expansion to include Resource Efficient Scotland and most recently the innovative goals of the circular economy.
Reducing bag waste will contribute to Austin reaching our climate protection plan and our zero waste plan to reduce waste by 90% by the year 2040.
The 22-town municipal consortium adopted a Zero Waste plan in 2003 and is awaiting final approval from Vermont's Agency of Natural Resources.
Zero Waste Scotland, the organisation set up to deliver the Scottish Government's Zero Waste Plan, estimates that reducing food waste disposal could save businesses PS192m per year.
The Contract will facilitate the Council meeting its commitments to the Scottish Government Zero Waste Plan, the subsequent Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2012 and to assist in increasing recycling rates to 50% and above from 2015 and to 60% by 2020, a provision of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009.
Scotland's Zero Waste Plan sets out the Scottish Government's vision for a zero waste society.
In his introduction to the Scottish Government's Zero Waste Plan, cabinet secretary Richard Lochhead MSP says: "Scotland has already made huge progress on waste.
In line with the objectives of the Zero Waste Plan, to maximise the quality and amount of material(s) reused or recycled, thereby minimising the amount of material going to landfill.