First Nations company exploring waste-to-energy facility in Vavenby, B.C.
February 8, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
A new waste-to-energy facility could be on the horizon in Vavenby, not quite two years after the shutdown of Canfor’s sawmill in the British Columbia community.
Simpcw Resources Group, a First Nations-owned company, said the company wishes to provide a renewable energy source while serving the local area which lost about 187 direct jobs after the closure of the sawmill.
The concept of the company is to convert clean thermal and electrical energy from the diversion of sewage sludge, forestry materials, municipal solid waste and other materials from landfills.
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