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Wood Residuals

Wood residuals are a by-product of a number of industries that utilize wood, from logging to sawmills to secondary producers of wood products. These may be "in forest" - remains after logging or clearing, or industrial residuals - byproduct from mills or other wood producers such as flooring, furniture, etc. MIFBI recognizes the challenges of managing wood residuals and appeciates all beneficial outlets, encouraging the producers to utilize the optimal outlet that meets their respective needs.

In alignment with our mission, MIFBI focuses our work with academia, industry, government, and non-governmernal organizations internationally to catalyze the development and commercialization of technologies and products that capitalize on the long-term carbon storage capacity of wood.

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Wood Residual Project Team meets monthly to develop commercialization bridges to accelerate the growth of innovative technologies and startups involved in forest residual products and services. See the events calendar for information on upcoming meetings. 

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