CSO


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CSO

Abbreviation for:
Central Statistical Office (Medspeak-UK)
civil society organisation (Medspeak-UK)
common source outbreak
community service office
craniosynostosis
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By tracking the community's return on investment in social services, the CSO makes available information for empowerment and allows budgeting and implementation to focus on prevention rather than remediation.
The expected level of treatment of the facility will help reduce the city's overall total maximum daily loads for the wastewater system during CSO events.
Australia markets its diamonds through the CSO, and smaller producers like Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Zaire and Ghana have also seen the advantages of an assured outlet at an assured price.
In 1992 LaJuana Wilcher, then EPA assistant administrator for water, convened a stakeholder group to try to reach a more comprehensive CSO policy.
Everybody knew that the CSO did not have the means of implementing the fan card by January.
Paul Sevier, a member of the CSO team from USAID, said his team's arrival marked the start of a relationship with the community where it worked.
The CSO Control Program also aids in the improvement of public health and aquatic habitats for businesses, residents and wildlife along Lansing's waterways.
It has been thorough, great,'' she said while a small squad car piloted by a fellow CSO cautiously coasted around cones.
Although some major cities like New York City and Philadelphia have combined sewer systems, most communities with CSO problems have fewer than 10,000 people, according to the EPA report.
According to advance GDP estimates of CSO, the GVA growth on 2011-12 price was estimated at 6.
We have expedited the process of accreditation to make it more responsive to the conditions of our CSO partners.
2m to the CSO mainly in usage rights and other expenses of the organisation's own sports facilities.