New biomass/biofuels projects proposed for Prince George, creating new jobs
March 9, 2021
By Canadian Biomass Magazine
A pair of biomass/biofuel projects have been proposed to city council in Prince George.
Sustane Technologies has proposed a project to divert landfill waste to a small city plant. By recycling municipal solid waste, instead of burning or burying it, a diversion rate of about 90 per cent would be delivered. The plant would be built and operated by Sustane, and would employ about 25 people.
A second project pitched by Canfor and Arbios would create biofuel from recovered wood. The project would be located at the Intercon facility, and would create about 150 direct jobs and another 600 indirect jobs.
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