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HFC

abbr.
hydrofluorocarbon
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Noun1.HFC - a fluorocarbon emitted as a by-product of industrial manufacturing
fluorocarbon - a halocarbon in which some hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine; used in refrigerators and aerosols
greenhouse emission, greenhouse gas - a gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation
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HFC and JLFS customers who fell into arrears between 2003 and 2009 were referred to solicitors and hit with a charge representing 16.4% of the outstanding balance as a "debt collection" fee.
In 2015, Trilantic acquired HFC to support the former's growth strategies, expand its core franchise base and service concepts as well as invest in its operating platform.
Meanwhile, Ashraful Ambia said, this is the first project in the world to phase out HFC from cooling appliances.
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The survey was conducted at seven HFC, 73 Public Schools and 17 Private Schools in the district in accordance with the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene initiative, which is to ensure that by 2030 all residents in the district will have access to safe water and good sanitation.
HFC Bank has signed an interchange agreement with Westpac, which has a wide ranging ATM network with close to 1,000 access points.
Advantaged Location: HFC's refineries are located in the Mid-Continent, Southwest and Rockies regions.
30 ( ANI ): Even when housing loans continue to dominate the loan portfolio of Housing finance companies (HFC)s, the share of housing loans in the overall HFC portfolio has been declining owing to the higher pace of growth of non-housing loans, according to a report by ICRA.
By leveraging the combination of DOCSIS 3.1 technology, passive HFC network characteristics, self-interference cancellation technology and intelligent scheduling, CableLabs -- along with the collaboration of its members and other industry partners -- developed this solution enabling full duplex communications over the existing HFC network.
innoTel announced today that HFC broadband connect for small businesses are now available to order for premises that are Ready for Service on the National Broadband Network.
Negotiators from more than 150 nations have reached a global agreement to phase out use of HFCs. For countries like the United States, where HFC-heavy units are barely used, the accord is a no-brainer.