|Woody Biomass Emissions Study|
|Written by Administrator|
|Tuesday, 26 October 2010 22:29|
Woody Biomass Emissions Sutdy Available.
Greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions of alternatives for woody biomass residues.
The forests of the Pacific Northwest have historically fueled the economy of the region. Yet there has been no data on the impacts of using the woody forest materials left after harvest as fuel. Until now.
Using a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) managed an in-depth analysis of air pollutant emissions of options for using or disposing of woody debris generated in conjunction with forest management and land clearing operations in the Pacific Northwest. The results of that study are now available.
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Washington State University has websites on Clopyralid with additional information on plant bioassay procedures, chronology of WSU's trials with compost and feedstocks that contain clopyralid, images of plants damaged by Clopyralid and many important and relevant links. You can find the site here.