Biomass Methane Plant Approved In Interior BC
REN Energy International Corp (REN Energy) has received approval from the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary for the development of its renewable natural gas (RNG) facility in Fruitvale, British Columbia. According to REN Energy officials, the project will break ground in early 2023. The plant includes a production facility that will create RNG from wood waste.
REN Energy says the innovative project features an existing technology used in North America for the first time—a fully sealed gasification, syngas cleaning and methanation process. Located in interior BC near the U.S. border, the facility will provide a key market for mill residuals in the area plus small diameter feedstock from forest regional provincial forest health projects. Most of the RNG produced will be purchased by FortisBC, a leading energy utility in the province, and injected into its gas system for consumer use.
Search North America Adds Senior Recruiter
Search North America (SNA), a leading wood products-based search, recruiting, and placement firm, is proud to announce and welcome Dave Rupp as a new Senior Recruiter, mainly focusing on the Western U.S. and Canada. He joins the SNA team with over 40 years of experience in the wood…
Büttner Expands Product Range
As a globally operating supplier of burners as well as drying and energy plants, Büttner—a member of the Siempelkamp Group—is taking the next logical step by establishing a new environmental technology competence center in Kaiserslautern, Germany, and expanding its product range in the…
Enviva Partners With Girl Scouts Of Greater Mississippi
Enviva Inc. and the Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi (GSGMS) have announced a collaborative partnership to assist the council with programs related to climate change, tree planting and conservation initiatives, and other STEM/natural resources-related education opportunities planned by the GSGMS and Enviva…
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