CFB


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CFB

(in Canada) abbreviation for
(Military) Canadian Forces Base
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Event data can now be shared instantly between CFB Esquimalt and BCAS bi-directionally so that appropriate response resources can be dispatched.
In this paper, the results of tests with mixed PF and CFB ashes as binders for ash concrete mixes, which had been caught by different dust systems, are analyzed.
However, in recent years, all large CFB boilers are required to have an FGD or SCR unit because of the introduction of stringent emission norms in various countries.
Effective upon closing, Samuel E Eckart, former CFB president and chief executive officer, was named area president of First Savings and an executive vice president of the company.
Unlike conventional steam generators that burn the fuel in a massive high-temperature flame, CFB technology does not have burners or a flame within its furnace.
CFB said there no global regulatory limit that currently existed for food ingredients -- instead specifying that regulations such as the European Union's maximum level of 2.
was serving as a member of 3rd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group at CFB Petawawa.
We are definitely blessed to have the many opportunities present to us on the base at CFB Shilo to blend the sacred and secular.
This strategy was expected to allow CFB multinational to find synergies within these three regional zones and thus to assure a significant increase in revenues per region.
6) CFB Bank has existed and operated for at least the minimum age requirements established by applicable state law.
7 with the CFB North Bay base commander on their "shared vision" for the use of the facility and will be meeting again in early January to begin transferring the complex over the next few years.