Stakeholder Benefits: Flax Straw Biomass Pellets
Our production pathway will create benefits for stakeholders across the value chain including crop growers, producers, sawmills, forest communities and First Nations as biomass producers, local harvest and transport groups, university and college students, domestic and global biomass energy producers and local industries that seek transition from fossil fuels to sustainable, renewable and low-carbon energy sources such as the mining sector in Saskatchewan and the rest of Canada.
Our proposed flax straw processing facility in Regina with an estimated future annual capacity of 75,000 tonnes is projected to provide the following sustainability benefits:
Socio-economic benefits: The use of biomass for bioenergy and biofuels production requires several logistics operations, including harvesting, collection, storage, processing, and transportation. All these operations have the potential to add skilled positions to the economy.
Climate Change and Environment Benefits: The use of underutilized of flax straw as feedstock for bioenergy and biofuels production will reduce both air pollution and the GHG emissions, has no impact on the local water supply, and does not create any waste that needs to be landfilled:
Contact us to learn more about the environmental benefits of our flax straw pellets.