Biomass Fuel Interest Grows Worldwide

Colorado [Summit Daily News] Summit County is proposing to heat several buildings with boilers burning wood waste and slash, foregoing traditional natural gas for steam energy created by burning biofuels. More and more biofuels projects are springing up across the globe. “One thing that is important to recognize is that the use of biofuels is in its infancy,” said Steve Hill, the county’s special projects manager researching the proposed project. “As to use of biofuels within the nation and world, we’ve got some real experience we can count on and use.”
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