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Norfolk Disposal looking to produce biofuel

September 9, 2014, Waterford, Ont. – Norfolk Disposal is hoping to enter into the biofuel business by adding a processing facility at its property south of Waterford.


September 9, 2014
By Canadian Biomass

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September 9, 2014, Waterford, Ont. – Norfolk Disposal is
hoping to enter into the biofuel business by adding a processing facility at
its property south of Waterford.

 

According to a report from the Simcoe Reformer, the waste
disposal company would like to add a waste-to0fuel processing facility to its
Waterford property. Norfolk Disposal is one of the primary waste disposal
handlers in Ontario’s Norfolk County, located southwest of Toronto along the
shores of Lake Erie.

 

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Norfolk planning staff has recommended approval of the plan,
which would include the installation of an indoor KDV processing system. The
system would involve processing 35 tons of waste per day, producing close to
400 litres of fuel per hour. The biodiesel would be blended with local diesel
sources.

 

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