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Canadian Biomass’ latest boiler guide ready
The 2013 Guide to Biomass Boilers is available online, including the latest models and new technology.
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Potential in lignin sustainability
Domtar Corp. has been producing its trademarked BioChoice lignin since February at its commercial-scale lignin separation plant in Plymouth, N.C. The company believes that the operation opens a new path for the industry, and that its lignin has potential for use as an alternative precursor in the production of industrial-grade carbon fibre.
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WPAC 2013 AGM exhibit and sponsorships available

The 2013 Wood Pellet Association of Canada AGM and Conference will be held in Vancouver this coming fall. With an expected crowd of over 250, the event will for the first time include opportunities for supplier companies to exhibit or sponsor. Opportunities start for as little as $900 including registration for the two-day event. Space is limited and associate members have the first chance to reserve until May 15.

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WWRH looking to expand
Biomass heating is generally cheaper than alternative heating options, costing roughly $3 to $6 per GJ. Wood Waste 2 Rural Heat is looking for opportunities to introduce waste wood-generated heat to the Nakusp community in B.C.
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Nova Scotia biomass power plant starting soon
Nova Scotia Power says its new $183 million biomass-powered plant in Cape Breton is expected to start generating electricity this coming summer. The plant will undergo additional testing before the site can become fully operational, and once it goes live, the project is expected to create more than 200 direct and indirect jobs.
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Federal investment boosts pellet industry
The U.S. Department of Forestry received an $11.4 million investment and has spent the money to help Maine develop a stronger, more sustainable forestry industry. The Fuels for Public Buildings grant helped bring 24 biomass conversion projects to schools, hospitals and public buildings across the state.
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FONOM launching campaign
The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities is going to introduce a campaign that will educate residents across Ontario about the importance of the province’s boreal forest to its northern communities, environment, and economy.
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