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EPA has entered into a Consent Agreement with Hydro Aluminum North America, Inc. and Hydro Aluminum Precision Tubing North America, LLC, wholly owned subsidiaries of Norsk Hydro Aluminum North America, Inc. (Hydro) to resolve violations of the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Clean Air Act (CAA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), and their implementing regulations at 16 facilities listed below: 249 South 51st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85043; 100 Gus Hipp Blvd., Rockledge, FL 32955-4701; 200 Riviera Blvd., St. Augustine, FL 32086; Henry Street, North ...
The Nation encompasses the land, kinship, language, religion, and the right of its people to govern themselves. Members of the Nation are often known as Navajo but traditionally call themselves Diné (sometimes spelled in English as Dineh ) which means "The People" in Navajo. The 2000 census reported 298,215 Navajo people living throughout the United States, of which 173,987 (58.34%) were within the Navajo Nation boundaries. Of these, 131,166 lived in Arizona (17,512 in Maricopa County , which includes the city of Phoenix ). Because the Navajo Nation includes land in three states, its Division of Economic Development ...
The Volokh Conspiracy » Tenure and Faculty Self-Selection
Okay, I am a non-tenured faculty member (and it is not likely that I ever will be tenured). Basically, my job is to be a workhorse in the department taking all of those first/second year courses that tenured faculty (with exceptions for research purposes) are loathe to take. I am okay with this since I have not finished my PhD–I need to take comps and write the dissertation. So, I would like to say something about tenure.  Tenure allows a professor to pursue intellectual projects without fear of reprisal–trust me, it is a necessary thing. Ironically, because of cut-backs tenure is virtually dead at our institution. Some schools ... market research, surveys and trends
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...LEDs from Dominant Opto Technology are being used to upgrade the exterior illumination of Haima�s first SUV shown at the Beijing Auto Show in April 2010. Haima is a Chinese-based auto maker. Dominant points out that the application proves that its LEDs are not only a perfect fit for interior car illumination but being also the first choice for exterior automotive lighting. Haima�s SUV is expected to target the medium and high-end Sports Utility Vehicle market. Its new chassis based on the classic European SUV model platform provides passengers a broad view from a comfortable seating position. The Haima�s SUV has a ... market research, surveys and trends


Thrall Enterprises, Inc. (del)
year the Public Data Release and State Fact Sheets are missing millions of pounds ... identified in this CAF O through EPA's Incentives for Self Policing: ... 901 .9(b)(2). ln addition, a penalty charge of six percent per year will be ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Civil Penalty Policy for Section 311(b)(3 - EPA-Civil Penalty ...
cited in this policy have been increased by ten percent, for events occurring ..... than 1 million gallons” column on the right, regardless of the ... If the violator qualifies for application of EPA's “Incentives for Self-Policing: ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Incentives for Self-Policing: Discovery, Disclosure, Correction ...
Tuesday,. April 11, 2000. Part VII. Environmental. Protection Agency. Incentives for Self-Policing: Discovery,. Disclosure, Correction and Prevention of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Slashdot | Why Isn't the US Government Funding Research?
What practical research do you think the US government should embark upon to get the most return for its citizens and the world?" This one's really obvious to me: biomedical research, particularly where there is not a profit motive. There are two main classes of potential medicines that never make it to the shelf for stupid reasons. 1) Discoveries made in a lab that are never moved forward into a practical technology, often because there are only so many drug companies who only have so much time, and they have out competed smaller companies that might otherwise do additional research. This effect is why you see so ...