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on-site

On the property itself, such as an on-site manager for an apartment complex or on-site waste management for a large subdivision.

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Overall, with the exception of the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device (LNG-IUD, Mirena)--for which on-site availability was reported by 56% of office-based physicians and 47% of Title X clinic providers--office-based physicians were less likely than were Title X clinics to report on-site availability of a range of contraceptive methods.
Tenants have full access to an on-site concierge service as well as the common conference center.
In times of excessively high fuel costs, contractors are looking for alternative solutions and finding them in on-site operations, saving time, fuel, transportation and material costs.
I have come around to believe that off-site shredding is at least as secure as on-site shredding, if not more so," he adds.
The DISAM curriculum allows small teams of instructors to conduct on-site courses and overseas METs throughout the year while the resident courses are in session in Dayton.
On-site research is the only reliable way to determine what generated the impulse purchase.
The on-site management team can also work with the central office to define customized reports that meet business needs for all levels of management.
In that event, should one or more of such engagements be selected for review in the firm's on-site quality review?
To help protect the environment and reduce demand on southwestern Connecticut's already overloaded electrical grid, Midtown Equities has created a four-part "energy initiatives program" for Steel Point that will use on-site, renewable energy sources to eventually power 10 to 15 percent (5-7 MW) of its annual energy need.
On-site mental health professionals to provide screening, assessment and referrals to treatment;