Plum Creek Joins BTEC

Plum Creek, the largest and most geographically diverse private landowner in the U.S., has joined the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) as a Sustaining Member. Plum Creek manages approximately 7 million acres of timberlands in major timber producing regions and wood products manufacturing facilities in the Northwest. The company serves traditional forest product markets as […]

Plum Creek, the largest and most geographically diverse private landowner in the U.S., has joined the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) as a Sustaining Member.
Plum Creek manages approximately 7 million acres of timberlands in major timber producing regions and wood products manufacturing facilities in the Northwest. The company serves traditional forest product markets as well as emerging energy markets for biomass. A longstanding practitioner of sustainable forestry, Plum Creek was in 1999 the first company to have all of its lands certified to Sustainable Forestry Initiative standards.
Mike Jostrom, Director of Renewable Resources at Plum Creek, will be joining the BTEC Board of Directors.

The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) is a non-profit association dedicated to advancing the use of biomass for heat and other thermal energy applications. BTEC is an association of biomass fuel producers, appliance manufacturers and distributors, supply chain companies and non-profit organizations that view biomass thermal energy as a renewable, responsible, clean and energy-efficient pathway to meeting America’s energy needs.

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