Researchers work to make wood a new energy source
Is wood the new coal? Researchers at North Carolina State University think so, and they are part of a team working to turn woodchips into a substitute for coal by using a process called torrefaction that is ...
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#1 Mar 11, 2009
Still a major air pollutant, and not a good enough excuse to cut down more trees...
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#2 Mar 12, 2009
This is a band-aid at best. If i came up with this idea I wouldn't be that happy. Come on fellas, you can do better than this.
#3 Mar 12, 2009
It could be great for a few locations, with the extra wood chips already available!!
The same is true of energy plants using garbage as fuel!
#4 Mar 12, 2009
well deforestations a problem just dont overdue it. and garbage works problem is it makes more pollution then coal plants do. and when you go by them it smells like a mass grave.
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