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June 12, 2019
Dust Safety Week

BioNB announces new executive director, launches subsidiary

BioNB’s executive director, Meaghan Seagrave, has moved over to lead the new subsidiary company and Jennifer O’Donnell has assumed the role of executive director of BioNB.

Canadian delegation talks bioeconomy in the Netherlands, Sweden

In spring 2019, Biomass North and a Canadian delegation embarked on a trade mission to the Netherlands and Sweden to learn about opportunities at the World Bio Markets conference, visit sites and conduct meetings. Here are the key takeaways.

Biomass North Forum 2019 heading to Ottawa

Biomass North Forum 2019 will take place from Sept. 17-19 and will connect the Canadian bioeconomy to domestic as well as global markets.

Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition announces 2020 dates

Canada’s largest and longest-running conference on the bioeconomy will return to Prince George, B.C., from June 10-12, 2020, where attendees can meet to discuss some of the challenges facing the nation.

United Airlines embraces biofuel for its ‘Flight for the Planet’

United became the first known airline to use sustainable aviation biofuel, and demonstrate zero cabin waste efforts, carbon offsetting, and operational efficiencies, on a single commercial flight.
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Researchers produce biodiesel fuel from wet biowaste

The process, called hydrothermal liquefaction, converts wet, solid biowaste into liquid fuel that can be blended with regular diesel. The renewable fuel blend currently has comparable performance to diesel in terms of combustion efficiency and carbon emission profile. » Read more...

Feasibility study underway for capturing CO2 at Denmark CHP plants

“The study looks very promising so far, and the technology used seems to be technically feasible for major CHP plants based on biomass, and with heat recovery for district heating, the economic feasibility has improved dramatically,” said Ramboll engineer Thomas Paarup Pedersen. » Read more...

International Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo

June 10-13, 2019
Location: Inidanapolis
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World Biogas Summit

July 3-5, 2019
Location: Birmingham, U.K.
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