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Eco

Umberto. born 1932, Italian semiologist and writer. His novels include The Name of the Rose (1981) and Foucault's Pendulum (1988)

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Thus, if ever there be any contractual obligations arising from the implementation of the Memorandum of Agreement which apparently remains effective and binding between parties, complainant should have proceeded against ECOS by way of a civil action, the resolution stated.
The new ECOS logo and label offer a fresh take on the water theme, which has served as a symbol of the company's storied commitment to protecting the earth's most precious resources, say company officials.
Group ECOS, of Swiss origin, manages several private investment vehicles to carry out equity investments in projects and companies in selected sustainable development and renewable energy segments.
The LANDA ECOS mobile washer and reclamation system has been engineered to meet the strict municipal and environment regulations that restrict wash water disposal.
Pete Nessler, CEO of FCStone, LLC said, "We have been working with ECOS for more than 15 years, and incorporating their business into INTL FCStone provides our customers with a set of services for which we have been relying on outside resources.
State legislatures have been active on chemical issues during the 2011 legislative season, ECOS reported.
Their constitutional right to compensation must be fulfilled through a political reconciliatory process," ECOS said in its 28 February statement, referring to the official announcement of South Sudan's independence in July.
The ECOS has considered various possible investment options for revival of each of the closed units and have finalized its recommendations regarding the suitable options.