Definitions for "ECF"
Elementary Chlorine Free. ECF pulp is bleached without using elemental chlorine (chlorine gas).
Elemental Chlorine Free. Pulp that is bleached without chlorine gas.
ELEMENTAL CHLORINE FREE. ECF papers are made exclusively with pulp that uses chlorine dioxide, but not elemental chlorine gas, rather than elemental chlorine gas as a bleaching agent. This virtually eliminates the discharge of detectable dioxins in the effluent of pulp manufacturing facilities.
liquid containing proteins and electrolytes including the liquid in blood plasma and interstitial fluid; "the body normally has about 15 quarts of extracellular fluid"
Extracellular Fluid Volume
Enhanced/Extended/Enhancement Connectivity Facilities. Suite of programs – vintage mid 1986 – providing PC to mainframe link. In effect ECF transformed TSO and VM 1 into information servers for PC users (virtual disks, virtual files, virtual print, and file transfer with application/character format translation) using 3270 datastreams. Makes use of SRPI which provides ECF’s API. OS/2-CMS servers announced May 1990, and OS/2-TSO servers October 1990. Withdrawn March 1997.
See Extended Care Facility.
Extended Care Facility. A nursing or convalescent home offering skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services on a 24-hour basis.
Keywords:  emissor, cupom, fiscal
Emissor de Cupom Fiscal
Eosinophil Chemotactic Factor. See chemotactic factor.
European Cyclists Federation Federation of European cycling groups. CCN is a member.
English Cities Fund. A scheme aimed at attracting private sector funds into neglected cities. ECF is a partnership between English Partnerships, developer AMEC and investors Legal & General.
This stands for Equipment Control Form. These are detailed forms used by companies to keep track of equipment that is sold or leased to customers.
Keywords:  refer
ECF can refer to