Sunday, December 29, 2013
GAINESVILLE RENEWAL ENERGY CENTER, a Major Biomass User
One of the early renewable energy plants wanted by the EPA is in the Gainesville, FL Energy Center. It will use 500,000 tons of tree products per annum, some of which is now burned in the field, as described in the following article from Florida Forestry Assn. In contrast, the nearby Georgia Pacific mill in Palatka typically uses 1,864,000 tons, 1,482,000 pine and 382,000 hardwood, of higher grade product.
When you need help with timberland, please call Henry Rogers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Benchmark at 904-421-8537.