BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced today that it has executed an agreement for biomass supply services with a Florida-based company to develop combination power plants using biomass and other fuels. The agreement includes potential projects throughout the US, and financial participation in the successful financing of facilities. Initial project efforts are in Florida, Washington state, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama.
BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced today that it has executed an agreement for biomass supply services with a major Boston-based biomass power project developer. The agreement encompasses development activities
in many states including Florida, Texas, and the northeastern US.
BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced today that it was awarded a contract with Leon County, Florida to recycle its wood and yard waste being generated in the
county, which includes Tallahassee and other cities. Under the terms of the
agreement BRM will further process the existing stockpile of ground organic
materials, manage the site located on the landfill, and market all resulting
products. The estimated annual volume of the site is 18,000 tons per year. BRM and its personnel have over twenty years’
experience in processing recycling wood and yard waste in Florida and throughout
Matt Langholtz, Ph.D, a researcher at BioResource management, Inc., co-authored “The influence of CO2 mitigation incentives on profitability of eucalyptus production on clay settling areas in Florida” in Biomass and Bioenergy.
BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) has entered into an agreement for
biomass consulting with KiOR, Inc., a Texas-based technology company. Under the agreement BRM will assist in
analyzing potential sites for commercialization of their technology, which
produces liquid biofuels from cellulosic materials.
BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) has
entered into a long-term consulting services agreement with Element Markets
LLC, a Texas-based marketer of carbon offsets and biomass project developer. BRM will provide technical analyses and critical review of the potential biomass supplies for their projects.
Roger Peterson, Marketing Director at BioResource Management, Inc, recently presented “The Challenge of Transporting Woody Biomass” at: From Forest to Finished Products Conference & Expo, Athens, GA.
15, 2008. BioResource Management Inc. (BRM) has entered into an agreement with
NRG Energy Center Harrisburg to conduct preliminary biomass power feasibility
for its facility in Harrisburg, PA. Under the terms of the agreement BRM will assess the availability and price of materials suitable for use as biomass fuel in NRG’s Harrisburg
facility. NRG Energy is a Fortune 250 wholesale power generation company
headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. They own and operate one of the
industry’s most diverse generation portfolios that provides nearly 26,000
megawatts of electric generating capacity, or enough to support nearly 21
million homes. BRM is a Florida based company with experience since 1983 in
analyzing, developing and facilitating biomass feedstock supplies. Its experience includes operations throughout the US and internationally, including the operation of facilities producing over 1.5 million tons of biomass per year.
Past and current clients include Fortune 500 companies, state and local
governments, and technology start-up companies.
BioResource Management, Inc. has entered into an agreement with one of the largest recyclers of recovered fiber as well as one of the largest manufacturers of recycled paperboard in the United States to conduct preliminary biomass power feasibility for the company’s Georgia mill group. Under the terms of the agreement, BRM will assess the availability and pricing of materials suitable for use as biomass fuel under co-firing and conversion of an existing boiler scenarios. BRM will also be tasked with sourcing and procuring suitable biomass fuel for co-firing trials once the project moves forward.
Matthew Langholtz, a researcher with BioReousrce Management, Inc, co-presented “Woody biomass at the southern wildland-urban interface: the wood to energy outreach program” at: 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, VT