A new company has started operations in Sarawak to supply wood pellets in support of South Korea’s renewable energy drive. Green Pellet Sarawak (GPS) is a joint venture company between the Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation, Cellmark AB of Sweden and local investors, ITTO reported.
GPS is set to become one of the largest wood pellet plants in S.E Asia. The new pellet plant has been built in Bintulu and produces pellets from mill residues. This plant has been welcomed as it supports the State government plans for environmentally sound utilisation of wood residues.
Source : lesprom.com