Pellets adding value to resource at Skeena Sawmills

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After years of failed attempts by other companies to add value beyond producing lumber from the area's forests, Skeena Sawmills is the first to actually do just that by building a $20 million pellet plant at its mill location on Hwy16 just west of Terrace.

Scheduled to fully open by the middle of next year, the plant belongs to a Skeena Sawmills subsidiary called Skeena Bioenergy and will use shavings and other waste from the mill that's now being sold to other pellet producers, sold to the Harmac pulp mill on Vancouver Island or land-filled.

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Source: Terrace Standard

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