You are here

General

Document

Forest Residues to Energy: Is this a pathway towards healthier communities? (UBC Bridge Program)

Forest residues are non-merchantable woody biomass found in forests and wood waste from logging practices and industrial operations, such as sawmills. Forest residues are a convenient fuel for open-burning and conventional biomass burning systems (e.g., fireplaces and wood stoves), but more recently have been considered as a fuel for advanced wood combustion (AWC) integrated energy systems, used...

View Full Article

Legislation

General Sanitation Regulations, RRNWT 1990, c P-16

General Sanitation Regulations, RRNWT (Nu) 1990 c P-16

Shoreland Pollution Control Regulations, 1976, Sask Reg 54/76