YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A company based in Canada that produces fuel from wood waste is considering Youngstown as a site for a new production plant. But there's a catch – a big one.

The forest industry is looking at new ways to turn its 'trash' into 'treasure,' and provide solutions to some issues unique to Squamish at the same time.

Researchers from the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at LiU have developed a fuel cell that uses lignin, a cheap by-product from paper manufacture and one of the most common biopolymers.

(UPM, Helsinki, 20 June 2017 at 13:00 EET) - UPM Biofuels commissioned a study from leading international energy and climate consultancy Ecofys - A Navigant Company, entitled "Crude tall oil low ILUC risk assessment: comparing global supply and demand".

Biorefining has the potential to be the next-generation fuel, with Thunder Bay and the region in the heart of the fuel source.

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