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June 24, 2019
Dust Safety Week

FPInnovations and Resolute commission new Thunder Bay TMP-Bio plant

With the capacity to treat 100 metric tons of biomass annually, the bio-refinery pilot plant produces lignin and sugars for use in the development of innovative bio-products, such as wood adhesives, animal feed and composites.

Ontario’s first wood fuel facility

Biothermic has built Ontario’s first wood fuel facility for processing and storing wood chips – a major step forward in helping make low-carbon, low-cost energy a reality in Canada.

Boreal Bioenergy gives sawmill new life as torrefied pellet plant

The plant will have a production capacity of 250,000 tonnes of black pellets and will result in 50 to 60 new jobs.
Sponsored Spotlight 
West Salem Machinery

WSM’s Super Shredder

WSM’s Super Shredder sets a new standard in high volume biomass fiber preparation. Bigger, Stronger, and Faster – with a massive 48” diameter hammer circle and throat openings from 60” to 88” wide and operating with up to 1000 HP. Field proven for converting high volumes of pre-processed biomass (including wood chips, hogged wood, and shredded fiber materials) into a consistently sized fiber for use in pellet production, biomass power, co-firing, mulch/bedding, compost, and other value-added fiber products. WSM Super Shredders are just part of WSM’s complete line of biomass processing equipment and systems, including metering, conveying, screening, cleaning, and grinding/milling equipment. >> Learn More
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Wood Products Safety Summit

Best practices, reality checks at Wood Products Safety Summit

Nearly 100 attendees from the wood pellet, wood panels, and sawmill industries gathered to hear lessons learned and best practices for keeping employees safe on the job at the Wood Products Safety Summit on June 11 in Prince George, B.C. » Read more...
Atlantic Biocon

Atlantic Canada fosters homegrown bioeconomy at BIOCON 2019

With its unique mix of location, labour and business networks, Atlantic Canada is in an ideal position to scale up its bio-based economy, and speakers at Atlantic BIOCON hammered home that point. Canadian Biomass editor Maria Church shares some key takeaways. » Read more...

Researchers produce biodiesel fuel from wet biowaste

The process, called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL), converts wet, solid biowaste – such as animal manure from farms – into liquid fuel that can be blended with regular diesel. » Read more...

50 Ontario companies awarded seed funding from Bioenterprise, Innovation Guelph

Fifty Ontario companies will receive coaching, mentorship and a grant of up to $30,000 each from Bioenterprise Corporation and its delivery partner Innovation Guelph. » Read more...

Dust Safety Week

June 24-28, 2019
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World Biogas Summit

July 3-5, 2019
Location: Birmingham, U.K.
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Biomass to Power North America

July 10-11, 2019
Location: Raleigh, N.C.
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