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The PacBio story: transforming forest waste to clean energy

PacBio saw an opportunity to expand its fibre supply and help the environment at the same time.

What you don’t have, can’t leak: Q&A with Kayleigh Rayner Brown on process safety

Kayleigh has worked in the nuclear, petroleum and aerospace manufacturing industries with an environmental focus and, having completed a Master’s in process safety, is now leading hazard analyses in the pellet sector.

Environmental permit granted for Canada’s first biomass gas-to-liquids plant

The plant will produce more than 6.5 million litres per year of low-carbon intensity, clean-burning synthetic diesel fuel (trade named SynDiesel) made from sawmill and forestry residuals.

Greenlane Renewables fulfills contract for California natural gas project

Greenlane’s Pressure Swing Adsorption biogas upgrading systems will be used, creating clean renewable natural gas through anaerobic digestion of the farm waste stream.

EverGen raises $17 million for sustainable RNG Canadian infrastructure projects

EverGen has finished raising an additional $17 million to address a large gap in renewable infrastructure across Canada.
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Wage Funding Programs to Hire Summer Students or Interns

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Funding is available for environmental employers looking to hire the brightest minds in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (STEAM) and Business students, with no age restrictions, for 6-16 week placements.

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Featured News 

WPAC study confirms Canadian wood pellets have a bright future

Over the next five years, it is estimated that the demand for wood pellets will increase 40 per cent to nearly 51 million metric tonnes per year. » Read more...

Cellulose shows promise as potential to supplant plastic in some applications

Cellulose is the most abundant polymer on earth, and for thousands of years it served as the primary source material, before the rise of petroleum-based plastics. » Read more...