Turning smoke and slash into pellets and cash

Pacific Bioenergy in tends to turn waste piles into a product for export. /RMG FILE PHOTO

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Massive piles of leftover wood in the McBride Community Forest will be turned into heat and electricity in Europe and Asia, according to Don Steele, chief executive officer of Pacific Bioenergy.

That's good news for the community forest, as it hasn't been able to burn its slash piles in over three years due to air quality constraints.

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Source: Rocky Mountain Goat

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