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Biochar: The Little Forest Product with Big Potential

In a groundbreaking, influential 2008 whitepaper, a team of scientists labelled 2007, “the year of climate change dawning.” The decade since could be called...

Pine Beetle Epidemic Motivates Study on Potential Use of Dead Timber: Bandit 990XP Chipper...

Researchers are stepping in with a Bandit Model 990XP 12-inch drum chipper, intent on turning the dry, potentially dangerous forest fire fuel into chips,...

Go Wood: With mills struggling, a Maine lumber firm is building a biomass plant.

Robbins Lumber is building a $36 million, 8.5 megawatt biomass plant in hopes the project will help bolster the local forest economy, while giving...

Flexible, Green & High Tech: Industry First: Fritch Mill Powers Kiln with New Bio-Mizer...

Bio-Mizer – Wood-Mizer’s New Furnace Uses Biomass for Environmentally Friendly Heat Using biomass to heat a dry kiln is not a revolutionary concept. But the...

CBI Debuts 6400 CT Horizontal Grinder at Factory Forum

NEWTON, New Hampshire — Continental Biomass Industries recently introduced its new Magnum Force 6400CT horizontal grinder at the company’s Factory Forum, a two-day event...

Biomass Market Suffers from Low Gas & Oil Prices, But a Few Bright Spots...

While specific biomass opportunities, such as pellets, remain strong, the overall biomass market remains soft, according to Tim Gammell, editor of the North American...

German Efficiency: Sawmill Produces Little Waste, Powers Success with Biomass Energy

German Efficiency: HMS-HOLZ sawmill powers facility and sells energy back to the grid using innovative biomass plant design, company works to limit waste and...

Emerging Technologies Look to Biomass

Woody Innovations: Researchers are looking for ways to turn woody biomass and low-grade fiber into a wide variety of products from jet fuel to...
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Oregon Company with Diverse Lines of Business Finds a Solution for Separating Rocks from...

TILLAMOOK, Oregon — Don Averill has been in the trucking business for 50 years. During that time, as you would assume, his business has...

Sawmill Legislative Roundup: Year of the Farm Bill…or at least we hope

The House and Senate Agriculture Committees are putting pen to paper on the next Farm Bill because the current version expires this year. In...
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