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Bark from southern pine may find use as fuelAuthor(s): P. Koch; J. F. Mullen
Source: Forest Industries 98(4):36-37
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBark now burned as waste could help supply expanding energy requirements; technology and economics indicate the feasibility of burning southern pine bark to generate steam in electric utility plants.
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CitationKoch, P.; Mullen, J. F. 1971. Bark from southern pine may find use as fuel. Forest Industries 98(4):36-37
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