EFWSEssex Ferret Welfare Society (est. 1986; UK)
EFWSEmergency Feed Water System (nuclear power plants)
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A spokesman for Coventry and Solihull Waste Disposal Company said:"CSWDC's Energy from Waste (EfW) plant provides an essential and cost effective service to Coventry City Council and other local authorities and businesses, diverting over 290,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste from landfill, generating over 105GWh of low-carbon energy each year, and working effectively alongside recycling services.
"EfW is one of the most tightly regulated combustion processes.
The aim of this study was to review different birthweight standards and evaluate effects of physiological determinants of fetal growth on the ability of the different standards for BW, EFW, and customized growth charts to identify adverse outcomes of pregnancy.
In longitudinal data each fetus contributes with multiple EFW measurements that together reflect change in size over time [33].
Ten percent of all US live born infants weigh more than 4000 g, and 1.5% weigh more than 4500 g.[1] Detection of fetal macrosomia is difficult, because there are no reliable methods for determining EFW. Ultrasound estimate of fetal weight may be less accurate than estimates by multiparous patients and clinicians using Leopold maneuvers.[2] Ultrasound prediction of EFW in babies 4500 g or larger can be off by as much as 13%.[1] The purpose of induction for fetal macrosomia would be to prevent maternal and neonatal morbidities.
Airbus contributes to the programme with OEM data and certification support, while EFW leads the industrialisation phase and marketing for the freighter conversion programme.