NFSC

AcronymDefinition
NFSCNeed For Speed Carbon (game/video)
NFSCNutrition and Food Science (university study program)
NFSCNational Fire Safety Council (Michigan)
NFSCNorthwest Florida State College (Niceville, FL)
NFSCNavy Family Service Center
NFSCNottingham Forest Supporters Club (UK)
NFSCNorthhampton Fuel Supply Company
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The National Forest Strategy and the Canada Forest Accord are available on the NFSC Web site: http://nfsc.
Red Robin, long-known for its commitment to education and keeping families safer, is the first restaurant company ever to partner with NFSC on an in-restaurant public awareness and education fire safety program.
At first no alternative was available, but the NFSC was finally established in November 2004 with farmers paying a membership fee to have their casualty animals collected and carted off to be incinerated - a system considered to be better for the environment.
Many farmers have interpreted t histo mean they will escape prosecution providing they can prove they have been failed by NFSC scheme collectors - and keep quiet about burials.
Collectors were only allowed to join the NFSC if they agreed to strict biosecurity and collection rules, and could be removed if they failed to meet these standards.
Meanwhile the FUW has accused the NFSC of 'a disgraceful breach of confidentiality'.
In Meirionnydd the operation of the National Fallen Stock Company, NFSC, was described as 'shambolic' by NFU Cymru members at their county branch meeting.
The NFSC has been warned to expect ``sheer chaos''.
He said he had been shocked to discover that his firm, Wrexham-based Cluttons, was the only collector approved by the NFSC to operate in North Wales.
Retired Pwllheli vet Eifion Evans, the NFSC Wales representative, has been touring North Wales to hear farmers' concerns and find solutions.
Elsewhere there had been few problems though he urged affected farmers to report difficulties on the NFSC help line (0845 054 8888).