Cattle industry to benefit from Canadian biomass facility
A new biomass boiler plant in Canada is set to benefit cattle producers in eastern Canada and Quebec according to the government.
The Sanimax facility in Lévis will handle carcass disposal and other related by-products and turn it into energy. It was funded by a repayable investment of $7.6 million (€5.9 million) from the federal government.
Sanimax claims the plant will also reduce carbon dioxide emissions by around 22,000 tonnes annually.