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Inside this issue:

Great pellets

Nova Scotia’s newest wood pellet plant is humming away in Upper Musquodoboit. Pellet mill production manager Miles Wright gave Canadian Biomass an inside look at the investments that have allowed the plant to produce 100,000 tonnes of wood pellets per year.

Pandemic pellets

FutureMetrics president William Strauss shares insights about how COVID-19 will impact the industrial wood pellet industry.

From propane to biomass

The Esk’etemc people are installing biomass boilers to help reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and fight climate change. Forest Enhancement Society of BC’s executive director Steve Kozuki shares some insights into the project.

Cleaning up contaminate

When Whitecourt Power found its inventory of sawmill residuals running low, they teamed up with Millar Western and Whitecourt Transport for a pilot project separating debris from a hog fuel pile.

Food to fuel

The City of Toronto is upgrading the Dufferin Organics Processing Facility to convert food waste into renewable natural gas, which will eventually power Toronto’s garbage truck fleet and heat buildings.

Gold from garbage

Canadian cleantech company Sustane Technologies is turning household garbage into biomass pellets, biofuels and recyclable material. Canadian Biomass takes readers inside the project.


WPAC’s Gordon Murray shares takeaways from the IEACCC’s biomass co-firing workshop, Tim Hoy, president of Clean Energy Consulting, shares why Canada needs biomass-based community energy infrastructure, and more!

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