Proponent of ditched Dover woodchip mill sets sights on building $25m wood pellet plant


The company that abandoned a planned woodchip export facility in southern Tasmania in July is now proposing to build a $25 million mill to turn forestry residues into heater pellets.

Neville Smith Forest Products is part of the same group of companies as Southwood Fibre, which scrapped the proposed Dover export facility over its proximity to Tassal's salmon lease.


Source: ABC News (Australia)

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