Information Sheet 23: Wood processing residues as fuel

Where the supply of wood processing residues is insufficient to meet the fuel demand for a biomass fired energy plant other alternative fuel supplies will need to be considered. With an increase in the volumes of logs being harvested from New Zealand's plantation forests, there is an increasing quantity of biomass accumulating at landings and skid sites within our forests. This material can be readily used for fuel cost effectively provided factors affecting supply are appropriately evaluated and taken into account.

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