Our waste and by-products from our timber production plant are collected and turned into wood chips to be used in biomass energy production.
Fuelwood: Wood in the rough (such as chips, sawdust and pellets) used for energy generation.
Wood residues: Wood left behind in the forest after forest harvesting, and wood by-products from wood processing, such as wood chips, slabs, edgings, sawdust and shavings.
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The Biomass Cycle
Forests can be harvested sustainably to create Biomass
Biomass can be converted into heat and power.
Carbon Dioxide is released back into the atmosphere.
Forests can absorb Carbon Dioxide through photosynthesis.
Biomass energy is renewable.
Biomass can be used to make electricity.
Biomass is part of the carbon cycle. Carbon from the atmosphere is converted into biological matter by photosynthesis.
Biomass is a sustainable and potentially environmentally sound resource.
Biomass is considered to be one of the key renewable resources of the future at both small- and large-scale levels. It already supplies 14 % of the world’s primary energy consumption.
With increases in population and per capita demand, and depletion of fossil-fuel resources, the demand for biomass is expected to increase rapidly in developing countries.