Citations with the tag: WOOD chips
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- Using waste wood chips to treat septage
Parten, Susan // BioCycle; Apr1994, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p74
No abstract available.
- Chips from thinnings screened and cleaned.
Parten, Susan // Forest Products Journal; Apr97, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p13
Focuses on the development of the Massahake process to produce debarked, clean wood chips for pulp and hog fuel.
- Cashing in your woodchips.
Amis, Anthony // Chain Reaction; Nov98, Issue 77, p29
Focuses on investors and companies engaged in the woodchipping sector of the timber industry in Australia. List of investors in woodchipping companies; Banks that provide loans and financial assistance; Figures of the amount of money invested on woodchipping companies.
- Chileans can't see the native forests for the woodchips.
LaFranchi, Howard // Christian Science Monitor; 1/8/97, Vol. 89 Issue 30, p6
Focuses on a mountain of woodchips that dwarfs the skyline in Puerto Montt, Chile, which for many Chileans represent prosperity but for others a destruction of the country's natural resources. Comments from environmentalist Jorge Patricio Manns; Symbols of Chile's rapid natural-resource...
- Ask grandma before taking her crochet hooks.
LaFranchi, Howard // American Machinist; Jan2000, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p100
No abstract available.
- Pallets team up with grass clippings
LaFranchi, Howard // BioCycle; Dec1992, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p39
No abstract available.
- Tree trimmers seek recycling options
LaFranchi, Howard // BioCycle; Feb1993, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p72
No abstract available.
- Improved Chipper Design Yields Better Chips For Chemical Pulping.
Smith, Desmond // Pulp & Paper; Jul99, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p54
Discusses how proper selection of chipper design and operating parameters can improve both woodyard and kraft pulp mill performance. Factors that intensified the focus on improving chipper performance; Chipper parameters critical to the production of quality chips; How chips are formed; Feature...
- Into the Woods.
Greenspan, Dorie // Bon Appetit; Jun2002, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p60
Focuses on the smoky taste added by wood chips and chunks to grilled foods. Types of wood plunks and chips available in the market; Stores that sell the barbecue accessories.
- As cheap as chips.
Redwood, Jill // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; Jul-Sep99, Issue 73, p83
Discusses about the selling of wood-chips by the Victorian government. Logging debris; Price of wood-chips.
- EVALUATION OF POPLAR WOOD CHIPS AFTER 19 YEARS OF BURIAL AS SWAMP ROADWAY FILL.
Schmidt, Elmer; Cochran, George; Schrader, Craig; Lukanen, Erland // Forest Products Journal; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 47 Issue 7/8, p72
Evaluates the poplar wood chips after 19 years of burial as swamp roadway fill in northern Minnesota. Study materials and methods; Qualitative chip assessment; Physical properties of chips; Microscopic observations.
- Labor promises in Victoria come to naught.
Schmidt, Elmer; Cochran, George; Schrader, Craig; Lukanen, Erland // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; Jan-Mar2002, Issue 83, p83
Focuses on an article published in an issue of the 'Potoroo Review' regarding an increase in woodchipping in Victoria as of August 2001. Drop in royalty income from saw-logs, wood-chips and logged trees.
- Take care when using woodchip.
Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly; 11/15/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 20, p34
Emphasizes the importance of the use of caution when using wood chip corrals for livestock. Advice on selecting sites for wood chip corrals.
- No Fuel Like an Old Fuel.
Welsch, Roger L. // Natural History;
Chronicles the history of the use of buffalo chips for fuel in Nebraska. Advantages of using buffalo chips as fuel in the mid-nineteenth century; Family and community contests to encourage children to gather cow or buffalo chips; Several esoteric jokes associated with wood chips.
- Wood chip plants would have brighter future if retail wheeling allowed.
Welsch, Roger L. // New Hampshire Business Review; 8/4/95, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p2
Focuses on efforts to deregulate the wood chips industry in New Hampshire. Pilot program guidelines; Due for the state legislative committee; Hearing on pilot proposals; Negotiations with the Public Service of New Hampshire.
- Why woodn't they?
Welsch, Roger L. // New Hampshire Business Review; 11/10/95, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p3
Reports on the study by University of New Hampshire's professor Douglas Morris on the establishment of an export wood chip industry through the Port of New Hampshire. Expected economic impact of the industry; Viability of the industry; Contact information.
- Moving chips by rail: Canada.
Welsch, Roger L. // Forest Products Journal; Oct97, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p14
Presents an excerpt from an article in the February 1997 issue of `FERIC Technical Note' describing the ECORAIL system developed by 3R International using Canadian National rail tracks which moves wood chips in standard vans mounted on railroad bogies. Rail transport requirements for the...
- Woodchips power new IOW energy centre.
Welsch, Roger L. // Modern Power Systems; May2012, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p39
The article focuses on the energy centre of British supermarket chain Waitrose in Isle of Wight, England which derives majority of its heating, cooling and power from local woodchip.
- Safer Summertime Grilling.
Welsch, Roger L. // Women in Business; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p4
This section introduces the Fire Flakes Charcoal Lighter wax-coated wood chips from Chevron Chemical Co.
- Oklahoma tornadoes turn program to mulch.
Killman, Curtis // Waste News; 06/07/99, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p20
Reports on the closure of two wood chipping sites in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in May 1999 after worn out equipment failed to keep up with a sudden surge in storm-related debris. Plan to reopen the two sites in June with new equipment and a first-time fee for commercial vehicles; Amount of the city's...
- OCC Demand Softens.
Arzoumanian, Mark // Official Board Markets; 3/5/2005, Vol. 81 Issue 10, p11
Reports on the decline in the demand for wood chips in the U.S. Demand of the product in Southeast countries; Aggressiveness in the buying patterns of Chinese packers; Increase in the prices of finished board.
- Supplying Wood Chip.
Arzoumanian, Mark // Living Woods; Jan/Feb2011, Issue 14, p40
The article focuses on Alvie and Dalraddy Estate, a supplier of wood chips to local woodfuel boilers in Scotland. According to the author, Alvie and Dalraddy estate was only producing wood chips for the Alvie House because their was a local wood fuel supplier in the area at that time. He also...
- Evaluating the use of green wood chips processed from small-diameter trees as an alternate fuel for making cement.
Mackes, Kurt H.; Lightburn, Charles R. // Forest Products Journal; Apr2003, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p42
Focuses on a study which evaluated the possibility of utilizing green wood chips processed from small-diameter trees as an alternative fuel to produce cement. Information on the extended test burn conducted at the Holcim cement plant in Fort Collins, Colorado; Factors affecting the economic...
- VEGGIE POWER!
Norman, Jude T.; Carlson, Christine T.; Brown, Chris // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p8
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The New Super Foods," in the March/April 2008 issue.
- Extension programs show farm value of residuals.
Norman, Jude T.; Carlson, Christine T.; Brown, Chris // BioCycle; Apr98, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p10
Reports on efforts made by various research groups in Kansas to establish programs promoting wood chips as compost material. Kansas State Research and Extension Center's establishment of demonstration compost sites in Kansas utilizing wood chips as field windbreaks; Incorporation of various...
- Reader's Q&A.
Norman, Jude T.; Carlson, Christine T.; Brown, Chris // BioCycle; Aug99, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p13
Answers questions related to composts and composting. Effects of shredded cardboard to biosolids and shredded tree mulch to the composting process; Use of diverse collection of materials for the composting process; Application of wood chips to improve soil condition.
- Chipping in to the economy.
Norman, Jude T.; Carlson, Christine T.; Brown, Chris // Business NH Magazine; Jan1996, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p8
Reports on the potential of wood chips for export trade in New Hampshire, according to a study by Professor Douglas Morris of the University of New Hampshire. Economic impact on public and private landowners, consulting foresters, wood harvesters, chipping and trucking operations at the Port of...
- Combust a Move.
Brown, Nicholas // Athletic Business; Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p22
The article reports on the fire investigation at the Anderson Elementary School playground in Arlington, Texas. The blaze likely could have only occurred due to poor quality chips that either contained some flammable elements or were made up of green waste. Though no one was at the playground...
- Nine cents a tonne?
Brown, Nicholas // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; Apr-Jun99, Issue 72, p94
Reports that the Kennett Government has been selling off wood-chipping rights to Victoria's native forests for royalties of as low as nine cents a tonne according to the January 27, 1999 issue of the `Age.' Effects of the issue on the alleged association of the government on native-forest...
- Forest furore.
Brown, Nicholas // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; Apr-Jun95, Issue 56, p21
Reports that the granting of 11 export wood-chip licenses in December 1994 by Australian federal Minister for Resources David Beddall provoked an extraordinary backlash by green campaigners and the public alike which marks the resurgence of green politics in the country. Launching of an...
- The case of the missing coupes.
Oakes, Laurie // Bulletin with Newsweek; 2/14/95, Vol. 116 Issue 5957, p14
Comments on the conflict regarding the Australian government's policy on the woodchip industry. Protection of forestry coupes; Funding of environmental groups by Environment Minister John Faulkner to advise him on areas of high conservation value; Awarding of woodchip licenses.
- Boycott woodchipping!
Oakes, Laurie // Chain Reaction; Dec94, Issue 72, p25
Presents information on Australian companies involved in woodchipping. Amcor; Boral; Bunnings Forest Products; Gunns Kilndried Timbers; Harris Daishowa; Midway Forest Products; North Broken Hill; Queensland Hardwoods; Whittakers.
- More at stake than woodchips.
Babb, Jeffry // IPA Review; 1995, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p14
Focuses on the debate on the banning of woodchipping in Australia. Position of conservationists; Consideration of broader implications of forest policy; Issues of competition and forest disturbance in public abhorrence of woodchipping.
- BISON MORTALITY COMPOSTING PILOT.
Babb, Jeffry // BioCycle; Sep2009, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p13
The article reports on the development of a bison mortality composting pilot by a solid waste composting facility in West Yellowstone in West Yellowstone, Montana in 2009. It states that the composting site is a part of the facility's solid waste transfer station that primarily serve the...
- Florida retarded citizens analyze chip quality.
Babb, Jeffry // Forest Products Journal; May97, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p6
Reports that the St. Andrews Bay Center for Retarded Citizens has contracted since 1994 with Stone Container Corporation to perform chip sample quality analysis in Florida. Center sample charge's representation of a 40 percent cost savings for Stone; Excellent public response to the project for...
- Gulf, Northwest ports oppose bills restricting log, wood chip exports.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 4/3/95, Vol. 242 Issue 1, p49
Forecasts opposition to House bills restricting log and wood chip exports from Pacific Northwest and Gulf ports. Restrictions and provisions in H.R. 684 and H.R. 688; Extension of the 199 ban on log exports from federal and state lands; Reactions from the Gulf Ports Association and the Alabama...
- Alaska Coast Guard Moves Forward With Biomass Heating Plan.
Brennan, Terry // Washington Letter of Oceanography; 11/30/2009, Vol. 43 Issue 24, p4
The article reports on the development of plans to convert the conventional heating systems to biomass boilers burning wood chips as alternative to heating oil in Sitka, Ketchikan and Kodiak, Alaska by the U.S. Coast Guard in 2009. The plans include installing centralized plants for burning wood...
- WOOD-FIRED BOILER PROVES COST-EFFICIENT AND GREEN.
Brennan, Terry // Health Facilities Management; Jan2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p5
No abstract available.
Delbridge, Peter // Farmers Weekly; 3/28/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 12, p50
Discusses the arrangements for building a woodchip corral for over-wintering cattle. Need to find cheaper ways to keep cows; Problem of arranging the water supply under the single-track road.
- GREEN ENERGY GETS ONE YEAR WOODCHIP ENERGY $20MIL CONTRACT.
Delbridge, Peter // Worldwide Energy; Apr2010, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p8
The article reports that Green Energy Resources has received a one year 300,000 ton volume of export order for woodchips valued at about 20 million U.S. dollars for delivery to Europe.
- BIOSOLIDS, WOOD CHIPS KEY TO MINELAND RECLAMATION.
Margolis, Zach; Scharp, Mike; Olson, Dave; Tardy, Robert // BioCycle; Nov2001, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p63
Discusses the use of the biosolids/wood chips revegetation approach in reclaiming the Climax Molybdenum Mine tailings near Leadville, Colorado. Details of the biosolids management crisis in the late 1980s; Revegetation programs conducted in the Climax Mine; Wood recovery and processing programs...
- Degradation of toxaphene by Bjerkandera sp. strain BOL13 using waste biomass as a cosubstrate.
Romero, Martha Lacayo; Terrazas, Enrique; Van Bavel, Bert; Mattiasson, Bo // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; Jul2006, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p549
The white-rot fungus Bjerkandera sp. strain BOL13 was capable of degrading toxaphene when supplied with wood chips, wheat husk or cane molasses as cosubstrates in batch culture experiments. Approximately 85% of toxaphene was removed when wheat husk was the main substrate. The production of...
- Reader's Q&A.
Romero, Martha Lacayo; Terrazas, Enrique; Van Bavel, Bert; Mattiasson, Bo // BioCycle; Apr99, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p27
Presents answers on questions about composting. Disease-related problems of plants caused by using uncomposted wood chip; Risks versus the benefits of mulching with uncomposted or raw wood chips.
- The 2009-2014 Outlook for Wood Chips Excluding Field Chips Measured in Standard Units in India.
Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports; 1/26/2010, pN.PAG
Several charts on demand outlook for wood chips, excluding field chips measured in standard units in India from 2009-2014 for different states including Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Goa are presented.
- Heating Up.
Parker, Philip M. // New York Amsterdam News; 6/5/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p26
The article provides suggestions to be followed during barbecue cookery. The author uses a kettle grill with a cover by Weber, which comes close to duplicating old-fashioned pit barbecuing in a tin drum in a hole in the ground. Wood chips and chunks impart flavor to barbecued or grilled food....
- Wholesale forest destruction continues.
Parker, Philip M. // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; Jan-Mar97, Issue 63, p25
Reports that the percentage of the wood taken from the forests of East Gippsland, Victoria which winds up as wood-chips continue to increase following the federal government's decision to raise wood-chip export quotas.
- Bigger chips are better in corrals.
Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly; 5/30/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p41
Suggests using bigger chips for better woodchip corrals, according to operators of the Chunky Chipper demonstration at Beef 2003. Size of the chips; Goal when building woodchip corrals; Types of wood to use.
- The heat is on!
Buss, Jessica // Forestry & British Timber; Aug2004, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p8
Focuses on the use of woodchips for the heating scheme in Kielder, England. Capacity to heat and supply hot water to the district's heating scheme; Financial terms of the project; Aim of the district to become the biomass capital of Great Britain.
- Biomass heat networks have burning potential.
Spackman, Paul // Farmers Weekly; 11/23/2012, Vol. 158 Issue 21, p23
The article focuses on the dominance of biomass heat technology in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) in Scotland. Cameron Maxwell from Forestry Commission Scotland notes that around 95% of RHI installations have been that of biomass heating, adding that more and more farmers and landowners are...
- Legal challenge threatens Asian woodchip exports.
Dokoza, Hrvojka // Asian Business Review; Feb95, p105
Reports on the Australian government's policy that the woodchip industry would be entitled to any compensation if licenses were revoked. Australian Minister for Resources, David Bedall's issuance of woodchip licenses; Federal Court's ruling on the failure of the agency to consider the...