Grants help cover cost of shipping waste wood

Provincial grants are helping cover the cost of shipping northwestern B.C. waste wood to pulp mills down south. (File photo)

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A provincial agency is helping cover the cost of shipping northwestern waste wood that might otherwise be burned for use elsewhere.

Westland Resources of Terrace has a $216,158 contract with the Forest Enhancement Society of B.C. (FESBC) to top up the cost of shipping fibre to the Harmac Pacific pulp mill near Nanaimo while NorthPac Forestry Group, also in Terrace, has a $279,749 contract to help ship out waste from the Kispiox area in the Hazeltons.

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Source: Terrace Standard

 

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