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2013 CanBio Annual Conference and Trade Show
The theme of this year's CanBio Annual Conference and Trade Show is "Creating Business in the Bioeconomy", and will cover such topics as sustainability issues, how to obtain capital and the latest bioenergy developments.
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Forest Canadian forest industry recognized internationally
The ICFPA acknowledged the Canadian forestry industry's environmental credentials in its 2013 progress report by commending Canada’s vision in developing new products, its pledge to be carbon neutral industry-wide and other industry endeavours.
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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.

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Better tactics for less biomass opposition
New biomass projects with little effort placed on community outreach can result in opposition from people companies want on side. Al Maiorino, president of a leading pubic relations firm takes from his 20 years of experience building public support and offers strategies for starting new projects.
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NAFO urges EPA to keep biomass rules simple
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose changes to its 2010 greenhouse gas regulations that will significantly shape how privately owned working forests fit into overall U.S. climate change policy.
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Bagger PTH-900 Open-Mouth Bagger
Premier Tech Chronos has developed the first bag hanger that can grow with a company’s packaging needs. It is designed to bag powdery and granular products into gusseted and pillow-type bags and can handle paper, plastic and laminated poly woven bags at up to 20 bags per minute.
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