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Sale of Greenergy biofuel supplier explored

Waste oil purchased by Greenergy is converted into renewable biofuel before being supplied to such destinations as Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Brazil and the Middle East.

Brampton, Ont. looking at proposed $124-million anaerobic digestion facility

A $124-million anaerobic digestion facility project has been proposed for Brampton, Ont., which will help divert waste and produce both renewable natural gas and fertilizer.

Anaerobic digestion facilities considered for B.C. communities to produce biogas

Such facilities provide a solution to the amount of leftover material from sewage treatment plants. The cost to build an anaerobic digestive facility is about $100 million.

Expander Energy moving ahead with Slave Lake biomass/gas to liquids plant

It will produce net-zero carbon-intensity diesel fuel, jet fuel and blue hydrogen, and is to be the first in a series of plants planned for the Slave Lake area.

Court orders Royal Dutch Shell to cut its emissions by 45 per cent by 2030

Shell, however, plans to appeal the court ruling. The company has said its goal is to become net-zero by 2050 or sooner, but the court ruling noted Shell’s reduction plans weren’t sufficiently concrete.
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PRODESA announces Michael Curci as Capital Equipment Sales Manager

Michael Curci has recently joined PRODESA, recognized worldwide for proven turnkey solutions for pellet production, as Capital Equipment Sales Manager for North America. With more than 12 years of successful experience in biomass field, Mr. Curci will be in charge of commercial development of equipment, strengthening customer relationships and new products launching.
His expertise in biofuel production equipment and his vision of the market will help PRODESA to move the industry forward and continue its expansion in America.
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Toronto Zoo animals’ manure helping to produce power at new biogas plant

Instead of being directed to a landfill, the plant can take about 2,000 tonnes of zoo animal manure and 15,000 tonnes of organic grocery store waste each year for conversion into useful products. » Read more...

Giant sea kelp studied as sustainable source for producing biofuel

Unlike such crops as corn and soybeans, kelp doesn’t require land, freshwater or fertilizer, and can grow more than a foot in a day under the right conditions. » Read more...
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