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Smoking section? Tobacco-fuelled flights

"This is very significant as it proves we can use this biofuel," says Ian Cruickshank, SAA Group Environmental Affairs Specialist. "It shows the industry is really changing. Four or five years ago biofuel was seen as futuristic, and today it's here." >> Read full article

Schutte-Buffalo launches easy-to-use web site

Size reduction equipment maker Schutte-Buffalo’s new web site makes matching gear to a mill’s need fast and easy. >> Read full article

CHP player asks creditor for more time

Hefler Lumber Products has asked creditors for more time to organize its finances, aiming to keep the lumber producer and 3.1 MW power generator running. >> Read full article

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Why pellet project often fail to perform

Why pellet projects often fail to perform

Making wood pellets appears to be a simple and straight forward process. The reality of making wood pellets is far more complex. Learn why this gap is so wide. >> Learn More…


WPAC announces RFP for pellet technical services

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (“WPAC”) is inviting proposals for its Expanding Export Markets Program for the fiscal year April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. Services include pellet quality testing and representation on ISO Technical Committee 238. >> Read full article

Global warming to hurt boreal forests

The traditional thinking goes like this: Forests in colder climates such as Alaska and Canada will do better as temperatures warm because they’ll experience longer growing seasons. But a team of researchers at UA came to the opposite conclusion. >> Read full article

Crash course on biofuels available

BioFuelNet Canada will offer an interactive, online crash course on biofuels this fall. The Advanced Biofuels Course is designed for people with busy schedules, and starts September 6th. >> Read full article

 Event Calendar 

WEBINAR: Dust Explosion Mitigation III - Managing the liability

July 27, 2016 >> More Info

International Training Seminar Biomass Heating

September 12-15, 2016
Location: Linz, Austria >> More Info

WPAC 2016 AGM & Conference

September 20-22, 2016
Location: Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. >> More Info