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April 17, 2019

Pond Technologies moving ahead with Stelco algae project

New funding is allowing Pond Technologies Holdings to move forward with Phase 1 of its project in southern Ontario that is expected to produce 3,500 tonnes of algae and sequester around 6,300 tonnes of CO2 a year.

Ottawa funds forest adaptation project in Atlantic Canada

The project will study the socio-economic costs and benefits of adapting to climate-induced changes in Atlantic Canada’s forests.

BC announces amendments to Forest Act

The government says the changes will help prevent major forest licensees from controlling the market for milling and forest tenure holdings.

Bioproducts processing and conversion centre to open in Saguenay

The federal government has awarded $4 million in financial assistance for a one-of-a-kind bioproducts processing and conversion centre in Saguenay, Que.

New tech to double RNG production from wastewater

The new process, known as Hydrothermal Processing, reduces greenhouse gas emissions by three times that of traditional anaerobic digestion and costs about half.
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Salvage harvesting for wood-based bioenergy

"From a sustainability perspective, numerous existing policies and guidelines for harvesting of woody biomass in Canadian jurisdictions could definitively support an increase in biomass removal," writes Nicolas Mansuy a research scientist with the Canadian Forest Service. » Read more...
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Global wood fibre prices reached four-year high in Q4 2018

Over the past two years, softwood fibre prices were up over 20 per cent in the U.S. Northwest, Western Canada, the Nordic countries and Germany, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. » Read more...

Waste Expo

May 6-9, 2019
Location: Las Vegas
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Biomass Pellets Trade & Power

May 13-16, 2019
Location: Tokyo
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Atlantic BIOCON 2019

May 27-29, 2019
Location: Halifax
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