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TWTalk(ed) With
TWRepublic of China (Including Taiwan & Pescadores Island)
TWTomorrow's World (UK TV programme)
TWTotal War (gaming)
TWTypewriter
TWTotal Weight
TWTime Warner
TWToxic Waste
TWTilt Wheel
TWTupperware
TWTiger Woods
TWTollywood (south Indian film industry)
TWTop of Wall (surveying)
TWTwickenham (postcode, United Kingdom)
TWTraffic Warden (UK)
TWTorchwood (British sci-fi series; Doctor Who spin-off)
TWTraveling Wave
TWThird World
TWTongue Weight (shipping)
TWTurbine Wheel
TWTwo Wheeler
TWTotally Wasted
TWTribal War (gaming community)
TWTeam Work
TWThird Wheel
TWThe What?
TWTwin Cities (ammunition headstamp)
TWTwaddle (unit of measure)
TWTe Weten (Dutch: to wit)
TWTotal Water Content
TWTwinbrook
TWTrapped Wind
TWTransit Windsor (Canada)
TWTribalwar (online community)
TWTechnology Watch
TWTravel Weekly (publication)
TWTime Bandwidth
TWTransformer Windings
TWTailwind
TWTrumans Water (band)
TWTile World (Chip's Challenge emulator)
TWTourism Whistler
TWTrainers Workshop
TWTulsa World (Tulsa, OK newspaper)
TWThird Watch (TV show)
TWTeraWatt (10^12 watts)
TWTrade Weighted
TWTokyo Weekender (Magazine)
TWTrench Wars (gaming website)
TWTrojan Wall (Age of Mythology game type)
TWTeeny-Weeny
TWTaxiway
TWTheatreWorks (theatrical equipment business)
TWTaiwanese Women
TWTare Weight
TWTactical Wank
TWTarget Weight (kidney dialysis)
TWTropical Warfare
TWThreat Warning
TWTest Wafer
TWTekWar (video game)
TWT'way Air Co., Ltd. (airline; South Korea)
TWThermoplastic Wire
TWTransmit Wavelength (Nortel)
TWTime Waived (criminal justice)
TWTheatreWorks (theatre company)
TWThermit Welding
TWTactical Warning
TWTelstra Wholesale (Australia)
TWTrigger Warning
TWThrow Weight
TWTrekWeb.com (Star Trek fan site)
TWTechnowizard (Rifts roleplaying game)
TWTeam Wound (gaming slang)
TWTholian Web (Star Trek)
TWTactical Weather
TWTest Witness
TWTackles Won (soccer)
TWThought Withdrawal
TWTransmitter Window
TWTrue Watt
TWTechnical Writer/Writing
TWTargeting and Weaponeering
TWTuring Word
TWTactical Warfare Ashore
TWThreat Evaluation/Weapon Assignment (Tartar Module)
TWTactical Warning Segment
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"Republic Act 9003 prohibits the importation of toxic wastes misrepresented as recyclable or with recyclable content," Defensor-Santiago had stated then when she filed the resolution last September 17.
Burning toxic waste will create dioxins, Greenpeace Australia and Pacific Head of Research Adam Walters argued.
Several environment protection groups protested the importation of the toxic waste and launched an online petition last March for Canada to take back the garbage.
He added that Yemen was able to properly dispose of toxic waste only in 1996, when 300 tons was sent for disposal in the Netherlands.
The group raised concerns that the cap, though designed to withstand a 100-year-flood event, would be vulnerable when another hurricane hits the area, potentially spilling toxic waste into the river and from there to Galveston Bay.
"The number of DALYs estimated in our study potentially places toxic waste sites on par with other major public health issues such as malaria and outdoor air pollution which are also causing a high number of healthy years of life lost," said Dr.
Professor EuztE-rk warned about tons of toxic waste which is illegally buried at many other plants in different provinces around Turkey.
They even refused to issue a no objection certificate, a mandatory requirement for carrying the toxic waste into another state.
The refusal may come as a blow to efforts of the Centre and Madjya Pradesh Government to clear off the toxic waste. A Group of Ministers (GoM) had in June this year approved removal of toxic waste, at the cost of Rs 25 crore, by German agency-GIZ IS.
(9) First, the lenient environmental laws of these developing countries make them attractive for and conducive to uncontrolled toxic waste dumping, as it is more cost-effective to dump in a developing country.
"It is encouraging and supporting fuel criminality in our communities and the dumping of toxic waste, leaving the public with a hefty clean-up bill."
Penningroth takes his material from courses he developed and taught at Cornell in the 1990s on the principles of toxicology, ecological risk management and, importantly, the interface between science, politics, and toxic waste. Having previously advised citizens in their efforts to understand Superfund toxic waste sites, he emphasizes the value of public awareness and seeks to educate what he calls "the student of risk" on the task of fusing scientific knowledge and community knowledge toward a goal of understanding and managing risk.