Monday, June 2, 2014

[biofuelwatch] Half the Wood for New Hampshire Biomass Incinerator from Out of State [1 Attachment]



Half the Wood for New Hampshire Biomass Incinerator from Out of State


- by Chris Jensen, May 23, 2014, New Hampshire Public Radio

About 51 percent of the wood purchased for the new Burgess BioPower biomass plant in Berlin during its first two months of operation came from New Hampshire, according to a new “sustainability” report filed with the state’s Site Evaluation Committee.

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Steering Committee, Anti-Biomass Incineration Campaign, Energy Justice Network

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