Canadian Biomass Winter 2023 digital issue is out now
February 21, 2023
By Canadian Biomass staff
The Winter issue of Canadian Biomass is now available in its digital edition. Here’s a snapshot of the stories and columns in this issue.
A chipping plant co-owned by ‘Namgis First Nation’s Atli Resources, Wahkash Contracting, and Paper Excellence is humming along in Northern Vancouver Island adding value to logging residue.
The burning question
Researchers identify potential forest management alternatives to slash pile burning that would make better use of residual fibre across a range of operational conditions in B.C.
The right machine
A roundup of advice from chipper and grinder suppliers on choosing the right machine for your woody biomass harvesting needs, factoring in budget, productivity, site demands and more.
Grand River Pellets’ $30-million capital project at its New Brunswick pellet plant will more than double its nameplate capacity and allow feedstock flexibility.
PLUS: FutureMetrics’ William Strauss shares the 2023 wood pellets market outlook; Wood Pellet Association of Canada’s Gordon Murray speaks to the importance of research to the wood pellet sector; BioApplied’s Tristin Mabey shares the latest on Sustane Technologies in Nova Scotia; and more!
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