It is the result of very low emission rates, low rates of fugitive emissions and investment in first-class landscaping and pro-active management of the plants.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Fugitive Emissions
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We have 47 other meanings of FE in our Acronym Attic
- Frame Extended (extended frame T1)
- Framing Error
- Freakin' Eh! (Canadian email idiom expressing happiness; polite form)
- Frequency Estimator
- Friends of the Earth (Trust Limited)
- Front End
- Front Engine
- Front Ensemble (music)
- Frontier Economics
- Fuel Economy
Samples in periodicals archive:
Produced by compressing mixtures of fibers and solvated rubber, sheet gaskets are used to seal and control fugitive emissions from flanged joints in the refining, petrochemical, power generation and pulp and paper industries, www.
RANT was not happy with this answer since monitoring of our homes for fugitive emissions from the landfill had been stopped.
Overseeing Your Emissions AFS and EPA are also working on a two-pronged approach to monitor fugitive emissions with a one-time initial compliance demonstration and an ongoing visual inspection program.
The directive covers an integrated approach to pollution prevention including noise, vibration and heat, energy efficiency, water efficiency, waste production, land contamination, emergency preparedness, accident prevention and management systems, in addition to fugitive emissions to the environment.