Proposed $45M B.C. pellet plant

Canadian Biomass Staff
June 14, 2018
Written by Canadian Biomass Staff
June 14, 2018 - A new pellet plant could be built in South Hazelton, B.C. The proposed $45-million plant would be the largest of its kind and ship to Asia from Prince Rupert, the Terrace Standard reports. 


The plant would employ approximately 45 people on-site and 46 people in the bush, while also offering an opportunity for local trucking companies. | READ MORE


0 #1 Jim Carroll 2018-06-20 17:56
Hazelton plant will not be largest or first plant of its type. Biomass Secure Power Inc is building a one million tonne plant at Natchitoches LA. Using a patented technology BSP through its wholly owned subsidiary will have the largest plant built to date for Torrified or Biocoal products.

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