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treatment sector

The location at a multiple-casualty incident where patients' needs are prioritized and their injuries or illnesses are initially managed before they are taken to a hospital.
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The Group will continuously expand its share in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction ("EPC") market and consolidate its leading market position by proactively seeking Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade and Improvement Project, followed by the adoption of more stringent regulatory standard by the PRC government in respect to zero discharge ofindustrial sewage and recycling, improvement projects from industrial sewage treatment sector will be undertaken.
Three tenders for the supply of (a) mechanical spare parts for the waste water treatment sector, (b) electric spare parts for the same & (c) spare parts for the heavy duty equipment at 9 N location ( excavators, loaders & composters).
Recent interest in routine outcome monitoring in the New Zealand alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector, gave rise to a number of initiatives aimed at developing a feasible way of measuring outcomes for clients accessing treatment for their drug and / or alcohol problems (Christie et al., 2007; Deering et al., 2004; Deering, Sellman, Adamson, Horn, & Frampton, 2008).
"BWA's key fundamentals which attracted our interest was its leadership position in the fast-growing and important water treatment sector and its strength in developing new products through an experienced management team with in-depth knowledge in the water treatment industry.
In 2002, the Audit Commission report found that in many areas drug users experienced difficulties in accessing drug treatment services due to long waiting lists, poor management and co-ordination, and the unplanned and piecemeal development of the drug treatment sector. This was echoed by Paul Hayes, the Chief Executive of the National Treatment Agency, who argued that the sector had 'developed in an ad hoc manner over the last 30 years.
A competency framework has been developed in response to a need identified by nurses working in the addiction treatment sector. The draft Addiction Specialty Nursing Knowledge and Skills Competency Framework was developed for Matua Raki, the National Addiction Workforce Centre, by academic staff member and nurse Daryle Deering.
urban and special waste treatment sector. The Group manages the entire cycle of
The company, promoted in 1992 by the Jaypee Group, is engaged in engineering design and consultancy services including project studies, market surveys, project planning, design and engineering in hydropower, irrigation, water supply and waste water treatment sector.
Yet in the addiction arena, the specialty treatment sector hasn't embraced the language of integration to as great an extent.
For those in the addiction treatment sector of healthcare, we are learning very fast that what is so very important, and perhaps sacred, to us is just a blip on the larger healthcare screen.
The water forum, which has been running for nearly two years, will continue to support the water and waste water treatment sector in Yorkshire with information and advice as well as helping members to identify business opportunities.
Earlier this month its unregulated division achieved its first move into the municipal solid waste treatment sector, which it says shows "significant growth potential."

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