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Mechanical pulp sludge was once thought of as a waste product from mechanical pulping, but thanks to the 20 years of research on both agricultural and forest soils in Alberta, mechanical pulp sludge has re-invented itself as a "super fertilizer."
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Bioenergy Conference preparation is heating up
There is only one month left to register and receive early bird pricing for the Fifth International Bioenergy Conference and Exhibition, to be held in Prince George, British Columbia, from June 13-15, 2012.
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EERC demonstrates mobile gasification
The Energy & Environmental Research Center at the University of North Dakota has developed and demonstrated a mobile biomass gasification technology that converts wood waste into methanol and can be transported to remote, off-grid sites.
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World Bioenergy Show Guide released
The World Bioenergy 2012 show guide allows you easier access and more information than ever before for those interested in business and development concerning the bioenergy sector.
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CanBio’s Canadian energy strategy
The conference and trade show in Edmonton on April 25-26 will explore options to develop the Canadian bioeconomy and to form partnerships between the bioenergy industry and the oil and gas, forestry, and agricultural industries.
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