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headwaters

[′hed‚wȯd·ərz]
(hydrology)
The source and upstream waters of a stream.
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About Headwaters Relief Organization: Headwaters Relief Organization is a disaster relief collaboration of volunteers that supports the emotional and housing rehabilitation needs of families and communities ravaged by disaster.
Also, rather than waiving a public utility s right to use public right-of-way, Headwaters retained limited rights to use the public right-of-way within the project area.
Rentech noted that FTS will receive license fees and royalties from Headwaters' GTL projects and all Headwaters and Rentech GTL projects in China and provide basic engineering and technical services for those projects.
The ISG transaction will further reposition Headwaters from a leading participant in the coal-based solid alternative fuel market to an integrated provider of technologies and services at numerous points along the coal value chain.
Not everyone, however, is happy with the Headwaters and water project deals Garamendi cut.
Securities and Exchange Commission, wrote about Headwaters January 8, 2013, in his popular "Proxy Disclosure Blog" on CompensationStandards.
Environmentalists are opposed to salvage logging in the Headwaters, and have sought a ban on the practice throughout the 60,000-acre forest complex.
Accordingly, Headwaters cannot be certain that the acquisition will close on this timeframe or at all.
The Headwaters Forest is the largest privately owned tract of old-growth redwoods.
Headwaters Focuses on Strengthening the Core of Its Two Business Segments - Light Building Products and Heavy Construction Materials
In doing so, Blue Flint Ethanol, the joint venture between Great River Energy and Headwaters, was able to avoid the cost of building and operating a separate boiler unit.