Nova Scotia stoking wood chip heating program for government buildings

Kevin Craig, chief engineer at Dalhousie University's biomass station at its agricultural campus in Bible Hill, shows where the wood chips enter the plant. - Aaron Beswick

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The province is planning a large scale conversion of its rural buildings – from schools to hospitals - to heat them with wood.

It will soon release tenders to convert six buildings to biomass heat – most likely in the form of wood chips – with plans to significantly expand the program next year.

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Source: The Chronicle Herald

 

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