Biomass opps in NW

January 2009
Sustain' Magazine;2009, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p76
The article reports on the high opportunities for major industries concerning the rich biomass resources in North West England. A survey commissioned by Envirolink Northwest cites that major industries in the region has the potential to take advantage on biomass resources and reduce its carbon dioxide2 (CO2) emissions. Of the 600 surveyed sites, 100 have the future to switch to biomass for process heat.


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