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Useful Bark Waste

Appalachian craftspeople have developed a new cradle-to-cradle product that uses discarded bark, a material that has protected trees as long as there have been trees, to create high end shingling for the outside walls of houses. Without pollution or toxicity using clean methods and clean energy the company transforms bark taken from trees as waste, into a useful product that’s economically viable.

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Nova Scotia produces about 28 tonnes of dried wood and bark per hectare, which is about 2.5 acres.and there mixed views on how biomass should be used as a resource in the province,

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