Advanced Search

Search Results For: Biomass

Appeals end against Lystek's Ontario organics facility

Source: Daily News | 2014-07-14
Environmental and zoning concerns over an organic materials recovery centre in southwestern Ontario have been shut down yet again by an Ontario court.  

FortisBC looking for biomethane suppliers

Source: Daily News | 2014-05-20

BC's Nexterra to build biomass gasification system in UK

Source: Daily News | 2013-12-17
Vancouver-based firm Nexterra Systems Corp has signed a deal to build a biomass gasification system for a renewable power plant in the UK.

Enerkem Alberta Biofuels facility starts front-end work

Source: Daily News | 2013-12-03
Enerkem Inc. has announced the start of commissioning for front-end systems at its full-scale municipal waste-to-biofuels and chemicals facility in Edmonton.

2013 Waste & Recycling Expo almost here!

Source: Daily News | 2013-11-11
Il est presque l'heure!

San Jose building largest dry AD facility in US

Source: Daily News | 2013-09-03
San Jose's Zero Waste Energy Development Facility is targeted for completion in December 2013 and is expected to be the largest Dry Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facility in the U.S.

OWMA has concerns over Ontario's on-farm AD expansion proposal

Source: Daily News | 2013-07-09
The Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA) has expressed concern about safety risks and a lack of environmental standards surrounding the idea of on-farm anaerobic digestion facilities expanding their ability to process off-farm waste...

Learn from the Leaders

Source: Daily News | 2013-03-25
Canada’s waste diversion success stories are coming together for a one-day event that will pull back the curtain on the country’s biggest industry trend.

CRFA creates biofuels committee for new technologies

Source: Daily News | 2013-03-25
The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) has announced a new committee and classification of membership to set biofuels in Canada on a strong path for the future.

BC's Quadrogen funded to purify landfill biogas

Source: Daily News | 2013-03-18
Vancouver-based Quadrogen Power Systems Inc. is getting a $1.5 million loan to fine-tune its innovative fuel contaminant removal technology.