to living and recently dead biological material that can be used as fuel
or for industrial production. Most commonly, biomass refers to plant
mattergrown for use as biofuel,
but it also includes plant or animal matter used for production of
fibres, chemicals or
heat. Biomass may also include biodegradable
wastes that can be burnt as fuel. It excludes organic
material which has been transformed
bygeological processes intosubstances such as coal or petroleum."
National Technology and Development has completed numerous biomass projects in many Land Management Program areas. Those projects have been categorized on this page to make it easier to access them. If your interest is not in one of the subject areas identified you may want to review the list of all projects.
If you have an interest in knowing what biomass projects we are currently working on contact us via email or call us at 406-329-3900.
For a complete list of Biomass projects click here.
The following list presents several search results for different areas of our Biomass Program:
Here are some useful Biomass websites to use for reference in management of Biomass products: