John Day biomass plant preparing for production

(PA Files)


System expected to produce 80,000 tons of wood for fuel at full capacity

New jobs are on the horizon with the completion of the torrefaction plant expected at the end of the year.

Matt Krumenauer, CEO of Restoration Fuels, said the plant that will turn forest biomass into a product that can be burned for fuel plans to be in production in 2020.


Source: The Bulletin


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