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Paper maker turns waste wood to biofuel, jobs (MA)

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Paper maker turns waste wood to biofuel, jobs (MA)

Post by jj on Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:57 pm

Paper maker turns waste wood to biofuel, jobs (MA)

"...DALTON -- Crane & Co. is planning to employ a rarely used, clean-energy technology to reduce the paper maker's energy costs and possibly bring 100 new jobs to the region....Between 25 and 30 new jobs would be created for employees of the new facility, Sears said. The other jobs that are expected to be created would be for people to harvest the wood.

The technology, known as Rapid Thermal Processing, or RTP, converts local waste or scrap wood into a clean-burning, nearly carbon-neutral biofuel, which would replace fuel oil in burners and generators. The biofuel -- called pyrolysis oil -- can also be used as a replacement for electricity and natural gas. The conversion occurs when the waste wood is vaporized at high heat in the absence of oxygen. "


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