Fuel for thought. (C&D News).
Recyclers of demolition wood must weigh the options of relying on the biomass fuel market versus some of the other wood recycling options, according to the University of Florida's Tim Townsend. The C&D recycling researcher spoke to attendees of a session at the National Association of Demolition Contractors (NADC NADC National Animal Disease Center (USDA)
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Screening out wood with lead-based paint (LBP LBP
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Townsend says he does not see any markets for wood supplanting these two leading markets, one of which is regional and the other seasonal.