With Woodchips in the Burner, College Cuts Costs and Pollution

[The Boston Globe] The electric bill was staggering. With $400,000 being spent to heat the Mount Wachusett Community College campus four winters ago, school officials were desperate for a new source of energy. So they turned to woodchips. The school had just converted its electric heating operation into a system that runs on biomass — products like wood and agricultural waste. For the full story use the following link.
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