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Jan. 25, 2010, Switzerland – A Swiss company is pioneering wood chips impregnated with magnesium chloride as an alternative to the traditional salt and grit used on icy surfaces. | READ MORE
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Wood chips for icy streets A Swiss company is pioneering wood chips impregnated with magnesium chloride as an alternative to the traditional salt and grit used on icy surfaces.
Jan. 25, 2010, Prince George, BC – At the Natural Resources Forum in Prince George, forest industry analyst Don Roberts of CIBC World Markets discussed what he thinks are the best potential up-coming markets for Canadian biomass. | READ MORE
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Future markets for bioenergy, biomass sales At the Natural Resources Forum in Prince George, forest industry analyst Don Roberts of CIBC World Markets discussed what he thinks are the best potential upcoming markets for Canadian biomass.
Jan. 20, 2010, Sweden – Bioenergy is now the main source of heat for semi-detached and detached houses in Sweden.
Jan. 20, 2010, Charlotte, NC – Demand for wood pellets in 2009 was well below manufacturing capacity and production levels.
Jan. 20, 2010, Milwaukee, WI – Plans are moving to build a $250-million biorefinery that would make diesel and wax out of waste wood and other biomass next to the Flambeau River Papers pulp and paper mill in Park Falls, Wisconsin. | READ MORE
NEWS HIGHLIGHT $ 250M 'green diesel' plant planned in Park Falls Plans are moving ahead to build a $ 250 million biorefinery that would make diesel and wax out of waste wood and other forms of biomass next to the Flambeau River Papers pulp and paper mill in Park Falls, Wisconsin.
Jan. 20, 2010 – A new Miscanthus rhizome root harvester and planter, unveiled this month at the seventh annual Bioenergy Feedstocks Symposium in Champaign, Illinois, will make harvesting the biomass crop much easier.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Miscanthus harvesting made easy? A new miscanthus rhizome root harvester and planter unveiled this month at the seventh annual Bioenergy Feedstocks Symposium in Champaign, Illinois, will make harvesting the biomass crop much easier.
NEW PRODUCT BM2 Biomass Moisture Meter Fast, accurate and easy to use, the new Check-Line BM2 Biomass Moisture Meter measures the moisture content of wood chips, barks, wood, straw or miscanthus pellets, elephant grass, wood shavings and sawdust.
Jan. 15, 2010, Vancouver – If British Columbia Minister of Forests Pat Bell has his way, the province’s bioenergy sector will have improved access to a secure supply of fibre.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Bioenergy fibre If British Columbia Minister of Forests Pat Bell has his way, the province’s bioenergy sector will have improved access to a secure supply of fibre.
Jan. 15, 2010, Roddickton-Bide Arm, NL – The government of Canada is providing $1.18 million to assist Northern Peninsula Forest Resource Association Inc of Newfoundland in developing an inventoried wood lot in support of a new wood pellet facility located in the town of Roddickton-Bide Arm.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Wood fibre inventory for future pellets The government of Canada is providing $ 1.18 million to assist Northern Peninsula Forest Resource Association Inc of Newfoundland in developing an inventoried wood lot in support of a new wood pellet facility located in the town of Roddickton-Bide Arm.
  Jan. 14, 2010, Mishawaka, IN – Laidig Systems and Tank Connection have teamed up to address growing needs in the storage and reclaiming of difficult-to-handle dry bulk materials such as biomass.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Where is biomass headed in Canada? The forest industry may be suffering, but wood-based bioenergy development is booming. Canada is producing close to 2,000 MW of power from wood residue today.
Jan. 13, 2010, Waterdown, ON – SunOpta BioProcess Inc will receive up to $5.5 million from Sustainable Development Technology Canada for a pilot integrated biorefinery to produce xylitol and cellulosic ethanol from woody biomass.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Wood biorefinery pilot plant receives funding Ontario-based SunOpta BioProcess Inc will receive up to $ 5.5 million from Sustainable Development Technology Canada for a pilot integrated biorefinery to produce xylitol and cellulosic ethanol from woody biomass.
Jan. 13, 2010, Finland – Finland’s forest biomass is being passed over because of the lower cost of non-renewable fuels, reports YLE news Finland. | READ MORE

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