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WeBiomass to distribute ultra low emissions systems

July 16, 2014, Rutland Vt. - WeBiomass Inc. announces the release of commercial biomass boiler systems with particulate emissions up to ten times lower than most currently available commercial biomass boiler systems.


July 16, 2014
By WeBiomass

July 16, 2014, Rutland Vt. – WeBiomass Inc. announces the
release of commercial biomass boiler systems with particulate emissions up to
ten times lower than most currently available commercial biomass boiler
systems.

 

Through an agreement with Smart Heating Technologies, Czech
Republic, WeBiomass will distribute and support in the USA and Canada, low and
ultra-low emission commercial scale biomass boiler systems. These systems
particulate emission levels meet the most stringent EPA and urban clean air
requirements for biomass, while reducing energy costs up to 60% compared to
oil, LP gas, and electricity.

 

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Specifically engineered for commercial applications of
15,000 to 220,000 square feet, Smart Heating Technology systems are targeted
for use in municipal, school, federal, agricultural, manufacturing and most
commercial or light industrial applications. Providing 150kW to 2 MW output
(500,000BTU- 6.8 million BTU) these systems are built to provide high
efficiencies, modulating output, cascade ready, and low maintenance as well as
internet monitoring, service diagnostics and fuel flexibility including
conventional wood pellet, engineered pellet fuels (from agricultural, municipal
and other waste streams), wood chips, saw dust, and other biomass resources.

 

“The technologies employed allow for drastically reduced
particulate emissions, approaching that of commercial oil boiler systems,
reducing environmental arguments against commercial biomass utilization,”
states George Robbins, President of WeBiomass Inc. “WeBiomass is committed to
sustainable, cost effective, and environmentally responsible renewable energy
solutions and the addition of Smart Heating Technology products effectively
raises the bar in the commercial biomass sector in North America.”


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