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Proposed $45M B.C. pellet plant

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. 

June 14, 2018
By Canadian Biomass Staff



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

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1 Comment » for Proposed $45M B.C. pellet plant
  1. Louise Sainsbury says:

    I would really like to know just how detrimental this proposed plant will be to the environment? And the health risks it will pose to this little community, such as air pollution, noise pollution, I don’t think employing less than a hundred people is worth the risk! To this beautiful area. Who actually benefits from this kind of industry, I don’t believe the local people will, of course other countries will at Canadians expense, really something like this should never be built in such close rage of the skeena river and or any other water ways that flow near it, however green they say this plant will be, I say it’s BS!!! I for one have not seen nor heard of any investigation by the right authorities into the future damage this project may pose to south Hazelton and the surrounding communities. WHO BENEFITS????

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