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Quebec City apartment block heats with biomass Quebec City apartment block heats with biomass
A unique community in downtown Quebec City is setting the standard for energy efficiency, including a four-boiler biomass combustion system to heat the dwelling and domestic hot water.
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Alberta companies get bio-refining money
Three companies in Edmonton’s nascent bio-refining sector are receiving a $4-million boost to help take products developed from crop and forest biomass and municipal waste to the marketplace.
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Premier Tech releases new hooding technology Premier Tech releases new hooding technology
Premier Tech Chronos introduces the LH-400 Stretch Hooders, which are efficient, fully automatic load securing systems to produce secured, weather-protected pallet loads for outdoor storage.
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U.K. biomass plant down until June after blaze
Two out of three units at RWE npower's new biomass power plant at Tilbury, Essex, in southeast England shut down on Monday following a fire, and will not restart before the end of July, the operator said.
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BIO supports proposed biobased legislation
On March 5, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) thanked Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) and co-sponsors for introducing legislation that would allow more bio-manufacturing companies to participate in Farm Bill programs.
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