CWAS


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CWAS

Abbreviation for:
Coventry and Warwickshire Audit Services (Medspeak-UK)
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Key federal statutes relative to water quality include the Clean Water Act (CWA) (USEPA, 1972) and the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) (USEPA, 1974).
The first is that, contrary to the critics' concerns, the incidence of CWAs in the U.S.
The benefit of using a CWA is that it binds a user to abide by the site owner's terms.
To introduce speed into its operation, in 1997 CEN created a new type of product under its Workshop Agreement (CWA).
CWAs were more likely to be found in smaller firms (see Table 2).
The ministry's spokesperson, confirming the move, said the CWAs at Athens (Greece), Milan (Italy), Barcelona (Spain) and New York (United States) were likely to be moved to the Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Welfare Attachees (CWA), designated by the Ministry in different countries and other relevant
The Bhopal incident clearly demonstrates that a TIC release can be as lethal as a deliberate attack employing chemical warfare agents (CWAs).
A national survey about acute hepatitis Cwas coordinated by the Brazilian Society of Hepatology between the years 2000 and 2008 [62].
As the ceria-based sorbents exhibited a strong affinity towards the phosphorus-containing compounds [31], it is believed that the findings in this work will be helpful in designing new kinds of reactive sorbents for the CWAs decontamination.