WDF

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AcronymDefinition
WDFWeb Design Factory (Czech Republic)
WDFWindows Driver Foundation (Microsoft)
WDFWindows Driver Foundation
WDFWorkflow Definition
WDFWorld Darts Federation
WDFWorld Diabetes Foundation (Denmark)
WDFWashington Department of Fisheries
WDFWorld Development Foundation (India)
WDFWeb Directors Forum (Japan)
WDFWaste Derived Fuel
WDFWorth Dying For (band)
WDFWorld Development Federation
WDFWatershed Development Fund
WDFWireless Data Forum
WDFWomen's Development Federation
WDFWeiterbildung Dienstleistungen Forschung (German: Training Services Research; Switzerland)
WDFWhite Dove Fellowship (Louisiana)
WDFWild Draw Four (Uno card game)
WDFWireless Developer Forum
WDFWhenDarknessFalls (gaming)
WDFWhenDarknessFalls (Counter-Strike server network)
WDFWomen's Development Foundation
WDFWorld Dental Federation
WDFWales Debating Federation
WDFWrite Disturb Fault
WDFWholesale Distribution Facility
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Waste Derived Fuels Waste: This derived fuel include residue from industrial or commercial operations, such as rubber, used tires, battery cases, plastic residue, municipal waste, etc.
The primary compounds responsible for odour in waste derived fuels and oils are nitrogen and sulphur based.
He added: "The construction of the Full Circle Generation waste-to-energy facility will allow the industry to gain access to a piece of crucial infrastructure which until now had required waste management operators to export waste derived fuels and consequently energy to other territories."
Cement plants are already filling this role effectively in the United States, Europe and other developed countries where waste derived fuels account for 8 to 10% of the kilns' energy requirements.