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headwaters

[′hed‚wȯd·ərz]
(hydrology)
The source and upstream waters of a stream.
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On 19 August 2016, Headwaters closed the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Krestmark Industries for a purchase price of USD 240m, subject to certain adjustments pursuant to the terms of an agreement executed by the parties on 1 August 2016.
By adding LA Ash's assets to its operations, Headwaters will instantly reinforce its presence along the Gulf Coast, president Bill Gehrmann said, pointing out that Headwaters has excess supply of CFB ash while LA Ash's existing client base is demanding more product than the firm can supply.
As with all of Headwaters Relief's public fund raising, 100% of the money raised by the Run with Purpose 5K will go directly toward victims of natural disasters.
Technically, Headwaters received a partial declination of Commission jurisdiction over its development and operation of the Headwaters Wind Farm.
subsidiary Headwaters Technology Innovation Group, Inc.
He has done outstanding work on the transition of the Presidio and the preservation of the Headwaters old-growth redwoods.
Thursday, allowing the company to resume taking dead, dying and diseased trees - all fallen timber - from 450 acres in the Bell-Lawrence tract northeast of the Headwaters Forest.
Organizers said that event near the Headwaters Forest 280 miles north of San Francisco was the largest forest-protection rally ever.
Diversified building products company Headwaters Incorporated (NYSE:HW) has completed the sale of its 50% equity interest in Evonik Headwaters Korea Co Ltd (EHKC), the company revealed on Wednesday.