Woodchips produced in a sawmill. Typically produced from slabwood and other unmerchantable wood from debarked green saw logs.
Commonly known as “elephant grass” is a high-yielding energy crop that grows over 3 meters tall, resembles bamboo, and produces a crop every year without the need for replanting. Miscanthus is used for both energy and non-energy end uses.
Municipal wood waste (MWW)
Wood from sources like urban demolition and construction debris, urban tree waste, land and right-of-way clearing, and chipped pallets.
Oxides of nitrogen. Air pollutants that can be released from various types of combustion processes, including biomass combustion.
Combustion air supplied above the grates and fuel bed. Also called secondary combustion air.