Diacarbon pulls out of Merritt, looks to sell plant

Maria Church
February 14, 2018
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Feb. 14, 2018 – Diacarbon Energy Inc. will not be restarting its Merritt, B.C., torrefied pellet plant. The plant, which was damaged by fire in fall 2016, is up for sale, Mayor Neil Menard told Q101 news in January.

"They have indicated to me they are going through a process to process to sell the pellet mill assets to a new owner, and the technology development program is being moved to Vancouver or the USA depending on how things unfold."

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RELATED: Canadian Biomass' feature article on Diacarbon's Merritt operation.

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