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Setting the stage for scaling up Canada’s bioeconomy

Members of the world’s bio-industry flocked to Ottawa to attend the inaugural Scaling Up Conference at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier.

Vancouver plans to build sewage biofuel plant

Metro Vancouver is looking to be the first wastewater treatment utility in North America that creates biofuel from sewage at its treatment plants.

Canada developing biomass quality standards

The federal government is funding the development of Canadian biomass quality standards and measurement techniques for the composites industry.
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Shaw Resources receives first SBP certification in Canada

Shaw Resources’ Belledune pellet operation in New Brunswick has become the first in Canada to receive Sustainable Biomass Partnership certification. Rene Landry, director of pellet operations, says the certification is another step as Shaw Resources strives to be a world-class producer. » Read more...

NRC showcases first algal biorefinery project

Canada's first algal biorefinery demonstration project was on display in St Marys, Ont., in early November. » Read more...

Feds reveal plan to phase out coal

Canada’s plan to end the use of coal-fired electricity across the country by 2030 will include exceptions for some provinces if they reduce emissions elsewhere. » Read more...

NRCan publishes Solid Biofuels Bulletins

Natural Resources Canada has produced a collection of documents designed to help educate the layperson on the residential, commercial, institutional and industrial applications for solid biomass fuels. » Read more...

Alberta’s Bioeconomy Engagement Panel Discussions

Dec. 7, 2016
Location: Drayton Valley, Alta. » >>Learn More

Pellets 2017

Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 2017
Location Kalmar, Sweden » >>Learn More

Lignofuels 2017

Feb. 1-2, 2017
Location: Helsinki, Finland » >>Learn More