The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) specializes in the treatment of art and historic artifacts on paper and provides preservation education, training, and consultation. Established in 1977, CCAHA is one of the largest nonprofit conservation facilities in the country.
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The forgoing definitions are provided to help those who want to improve or maximize their personal or business waste reduction efforts in order to conserve plant and mineral resources, energy, and water, and in order to reduce the pollution of water, soil, and air. The foregoing are not intended to provide legal definitions of waste or any terms related to waste. If you are looking for such definitions, please refer directly to the statutes and regulations that apply to your activities.