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2018 Pellet Mill Map is now out!

The 2018 Canadian Biomass Pellet Mill Map is now available. The map includes updated pellet production capacity information, locations, and information on pellet handling port facilities.

Chilliwack to produce biogas from new brewery

Chilliwack, B.C., is building a Global Water Engineering high strength wastewater pre-treatment facility to handle effluent from the new Molson Coors brewery.

Ontario awards $1M grant to CHAR for biocoal project

The grant will allow CHAR to further develop CleanFyre, a carbon neutral, sustainable, solid biofuel that meets the strict requirements of the steelmaking industry, CHAR CEO Andrew White said.

Global pellet market outlook in 2018

For the last several years, the global industrial wood pellet sector was as large as the heating pellet sector, and is expected to become significantly larger over the next decade, writes William Struass and Seth Walker.

Domtar develops lignin pellets as alternative to plastic

Lignin pellets are changing the conversation about the use of biomaterials in industrial products, Domtar says. An early trial with agricultural firms is proving a success, and more projects are underway.
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Ontario power facility focuses on continual improvement

About 95 per cent of the biomass supply for Index Energy’s district heat facility in Ajax, Ont., comes from within a 50-minute drive. Read about the facility's redevelopment plans that will consume 158,000 tonnes this year. » Read more...
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BioPower breathes new life into Atikokan pellet plant

A little over a year after news broke that U.S. pellet giant Rentech’s northern Ontario operations — Wawa and Atikokan — were struggling, the Atikokan wood pellet plant is once again fully operational under new, local ownership, and looking to expand. » Read more...

Atlantic BIOCON 2018

May 23-24, 2018
Location: Fredericton
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Canadian Bioeconomy Conference & Exhibition

June 6-8, 2018
Location: Prince George Civic Centre, Prince George, B.C.
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