From wood waste to valuable energy
from The Prince George Citizen
It was not long ago that northern B.C. was dotted with hundreds of beehive burners. Co-located with sawmills, beehive burners simply burned off excess waste wood that was a byproduct of manufactured lumber. While being simple and convenient, this process wasted all the energy in that wood waste. As the economy becomes more competitive, turning that wood waste into something valuable is becoming increasingly important.
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