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BC city using biofuel to power waste management system

Surrey, B.C. is now home to North America’s first integrated closed-loop organic waste management system. The Surrey Biofuel Facility turns curb-side organic waste into biofuel for the city’s fleet of natural gas vehicles.

Equipment spotlight: Dust collection and suppression systems

Canadian Biomass highlights some of the newest technology for collecting and suppressing combustible dust in pellet mills.

Cellulose nanocrystals could be the future of concrete

Cement is influenced by how well it cures, and cellulose nanocrystals — nanomaterial extracted from wood fibre — can control the curing, preventing cracks and increasing the strength of concrete.

Proposed $45M B.C. pellet plant

A new pellet plant could be built in South Hazelton, B.C. The proposed $45-million plant would be the largest of its kind and ship to Asia from Prince Rupert.

Building a world-class safe pellet industry

The Wood Products Safety Summit 2018 offered more than 50 delegates a day of diverse presentations on safety – with a clear focus on the value of both increased collaboration and process safety.
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Biochar delivers in Quebec

Biochar was virtually unknown just a year ago and now two new biochar production plants will be operating in Quebec in 2018. But will this new market create real added value to the forest products sector? » Read more...
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Bioeconomy leaders converge in Prince George for CBCE

We’ve come a long way, but there is still a ways to go. This was a prevailing sentiment from industry leaders speaking at the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition that took place in Prince George in early June week. » Read more...

Mid-Atlantic Bioenergy Conference and Expo

September 12-14, 2018
Location: Philadelphia
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International Woodfiber Resource & Trade Conference

September 17-19, 2018
Location: Durban, South Africa
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