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beloteq_biomass_boilerSeptember 16, 2013, St-Nicolas, QC – Two Quebec businesses are choosing to convert to using wood pellets and wood chips to provide heat for their operations.


September 16, 2013
By Canadian Biomass

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beloteq_biomass_boilerSeptember 16, 2013, St-Nicolas, QC – Two Quebec businesses
are choosing to convert to using wood pellets and wood chips to provide heat
for their operations.

In Saint-Nazaire, greenhouse operator Serres Belle de jours
has installed a Biotec 300 boiler to produce nearly 3500 kW-h. The hot water
boiler, which uses wood chips, will be used for the greenhouses’ heating
system.

In La Tuque, the CSSS Haut Saint-Maurice (health and social
services) building has been equipped with an EOS 100 Ecosystem. The Ecosystem,
made by UniConfort, is a 750 kW-h EOS
pellet boiler that will produce hot water and steam for the building.

Both systems were sold and installed by Quebec-based Beloteq. According to Beloteq, businesses in Quebec continue to convert their energy
production to biomass solutions as more and more companies learn about the
success of biomass-based heating and energy production projects across Quebec
and throughout Canada.

 


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