Canadian Biomass Fall 2022 digital issue is out now
October 26, 2022 By Canadian Biomass staff
The Fall issue of Canadian Biomass is now available in its digital edition. Here’s a snapshot of the stories and columns in this issue.
After years of growing in the residential heating market on the Island, Vancouver Island resident Marcus Woernle’s company BioFlame Briquettes just landed one of its largest supply contracts to date – a recreation centre in Saanich.
At your disposal
Canadian-headquartered biogas heavyweight Anaergia has been quietly amassing a global portfolio of projects and has turned its attention to full integration.
Manure to biochar
Researchers at Iowa State University are using treated biochar to absorb nutrients from liquid manure and repackage them as slow-release fertilizer pellets.
Need to vent?
Practical advice on conveyor explosion venting to ensure the best system is chosen for each wood pellet facility.
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