Canadian Biomass Summer digital issue is out now
August 10, 2022
By Canadian Biomass staff
The Summer issue of Canadian Biomass is now available in its digital edition. Here’s a snapshot of the stories and columns in this issue.
Premium Pellet in Vanderhoof, B.C., is in the midst of a massive cap-ex project that will nearly double its capacity while allowing the facility to accept more low-grade forestry residuals.
Mind your dust
Wood processing facilities should be continually evaluating their dust management programs to ensure they meet evolving operational needs and keep workers safe.
For Canada’s northern and remote communities, bioenergy represents an opportunity not only for clean, renewable energy, but also for more independence and revenue, according to a new study from Natural Resources Canada.
Waste from the Toronto Zoo is helping power nearly 250 homes in Ontario with renewable energy. A biogas project from ZooShare came online in April 2021 and uses zoo manure as one of several feedstocks for its anaerobic digester.
Wood Pellet Association of Canada’s Gordon Murray speaks to today’s wood pellets for tomorrow’s world; the 2022 Pellet Gear Buyer’s Guide; the official WPAC Conference show guide; Final Thoughts column on the missing bioeconomy link from Scaling Up’s Jeff Passmore; and more!
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