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October 9, 2019
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Canada’s BioDesign Consortium launches website

A group of organizations supporting the development and commercialization of new bio-based products and biomass-to-bioproducts tech has launched a new website.

ENplus opens revision process for second public consultation

ENplus is currently undergoing a major overhaul of its requirements and procedures, opening its doors for a second public consultation to meet the demands of the sector through its newly drafted standards.

US DOE awards $3M for R&D to wood stove manufacturers

The U.S. Department of Energy has selected two companies – MF Fire and ISB Marketing – to receive USD$3 million for research and development on smart, automated wood stoves.

BC sawmill curtailments affecting Pinnacle’s 2019 margins

Ongoing sawmill curtailments in B.C. have caused higher fibre and cash conversion costs, including maintenance and repair costs, at Pinnacle’s B.C. facilities due to a decreased and intermittent supply of sawmill residuals.

BioCarbN selects Pond for carbon utilization solutions

Pond Technologies’ role in the BioCarbN projects is to provide algae plants that will profitably transform the CO2 produced by the BioCarbN anaerobic digestors into algae-derived animal feeds and nutraceutical products.
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Featured News 

VIDEO: Inside Shaw Resources Belledune pellet operation

Canadian Biomass was part of the Wood Pellet Association of Canada post-conference tour in late September that brought visitors to Shaw Resources 100,000 tonne per-year industrial pellet plant in Belledune, N.B. » Read more...

FPAC: Delivering on Canada’s bioeconomy potential

“Thanks to a combination of Canada’s rich forests, a drive to innovate and a commitment to creating a greener environment, our nation is uniquely positioned to lead the world in next-generation thinking around the bioeconomy,” writes Robert Larocque, senior vice-president of the Forest Products Association of Canada. » Read more...

National Bioenergy Day

October 23, 2019
Location: North America
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International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference – IBBC 2019

October 27-30, 2019
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
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Lignofuels Americas

October 30-31, 2019
Location: Omaha, Nebraska
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Scaling Up 2019

November 4-6, 2019
Location: Ottawa
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