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Bio-processing plant to open in Sarnia
BioAmber has announced it will proceed with the construction of a world class bio-processing plant in Sarnia to produce bio-succinic acid, used in food and beverages, industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
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Roller Martin Return Roller designed for replacement
Martin Engineering has unveiled its new EVO Return Roller, a track-mounted, pivoting, return-side idler that allows service and replacement from one side of the conveyor utilizing one-pin quick change functionality.
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WPAC report on European market ready
The Wood Pellet Association of Canada has released a new 72-page report outlining opportunities and challenges in the European wood pellet market, including details on each EU country, future trends and trading between Europe and Canada.
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Canada falling behind green technology
The National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy says that Canada is falling behind on business and emission standards to reduce the impact of climate change, and possesses no standards or tools to help identify environmental impact.
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Massachusetts biomass changes explained
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) recently held a webinar information session recently to explain the changes suggested in its woody biomass regulations released in April, which include eligibility and carbon accounting.
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