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First of Its Kind Test Focusing on Screening Woody Biomass to Produce Quality Feedstocks


Craig Rawlings and I recently spent two cool, overcast days in Eugene, Oregon observing a test to develop new screening technologies for use in-woods with grinders and chippers. The test, conducted by the Waste to Wisdom project — Task 2 Team — experimented with two screening systems (star and deck) using chipped materials from pulpwood and hog fuel ground from logging slash.

Scroll below to get a closer look at this study, which is part of the efforts to produce quality feedstocks for biomass conversion technologies in the Waste to Wisdom (W2W) project. An in-depth photo essay will be available in the upcoming Waste to Wisdom website, which is expected to launch next month.

About W2W

W2W is a $5.88 million U.S. Department of Energy-funded effort that seeks to find a cost-effective and efficient means to process, transport, and convert leftover forest residues from logging operations and forest thinnings so it can be used in bioenergy and bioproducts. The project lead — Humboldt State University — is accompanied by 15 regional partners, including Forest Business Network, over the 3-year effort...


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