A proposed biomass fuel production facility in Kensington has generated significant interest from the local community.
SustainAgro Ltd. held an open house to discuss their plan to convert wood chips into renewable diesel and other products. They assure the community that responsible forest management will be practiced, avoiding clear-cutting. The town council is evaluating the proposal, considering its potential benefits. If approved, construction could begin later this year, providing jobs for 30-50 people.
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