Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"The thing that surprised me most," she said, "was the treatability of the problem.
Treatability studies for each source of water in different seasons need to be carried out to arrive at most appropriate processes.
The reforms, ultimately enacted in 2007, changed the "treatability test" into an "appropriate medical treatment test."
EPA has completed treatability studies to evaluate how contaminated soils will be treated.
He said the Army can decide on awarding the contract, but the treatability study would determine what additional permits they would have to seek.
Assesses the treatability of site contamination and evaluates the potential performance and cost of treatment technologies.
These special needs are dictated by the characteristics of the mental disorder and by its severity, duration and treatability.
Naming the problem can bring such relief (relief of personal responsibility or hope of treatability) that the client feels their depression is cured.
Borderline Patients: Extending the Limits of Treatability.
Drinking Water Treatability Database.
Criteria for Involuntary commitment: introduce a requirement that someone cannot be detained for treatment unless appropriate treatment is available and remove the treatability test.
Other major projects on other parcels include groundwater treatability studies and making significant progress on finalizing proposed plans and required environmental reviews.
A "Treatability Test Facility" was established in Area 25 to study the physics of decontaminating soil containing plutonium or uranium.
Their proposal sought to reform the 1983 MHA's "treatability test," which stated that only patients whose mental disorders were considered treatable could be detained.
"We believe in the treatability of almost all youngsters," Dr. Siskind said, "even though they sometimes look angry and mean and make us want to punish them."
Prior to performing the process to these types of sites, treatability studies need to be conducted in order to conclude if the solidification/stabilization process will be beneficial.
Guide for Treatability Studies Under CERCLA: Soil Vapor Extraction.
Treatability Manual Five-set library of EPA guidance manuals that contain information related to the treatability of many pollutants.
The presence of humic acid in water intended for potable or industrial use can have a significant impact on the treatability of that water and the success of chemical disinfection processes.
The government was still in charge of the medical system, and its resources were stretched to the limit, which meant that doctors triaged the ill and injured according to a ruthless standard of treatability.
The DuPont Company, which is expected to get the contract to neutralize the VX, is conducting a "treatability" study to determine whether it can be safely disposed of in the Delaware.
To help stakeholders navigate this body of information, EPA recently commissioned a new online tool, the Drinking Water Treatability Database, that provides information on controlling these contaminants in drinking water.
But outpatient commitment - a requirement that a patient accept treatment - seems more acceptable and humane when the patient's civil rights, welfare, the effect of his illness on others and the treatability of the illness are considered.
National Contaminant Occurrence Database Drinking Water Treatability Database EPANET - Software that models the hydraulic and water quality behavior of water distribution piping systems .
The foundation chose the following nine medical conditions for the first treatment studies, ranked in order of potential severity, pervasiveness and treatability: depression, coronary-artery disease, asthma, breast cancer, diabetes, hypertension, low back pain, arthritis, pregnancy and maternity care.