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Two Northeast Wood Products Facilities Join
PFI Standards Program

Friday, July 22, 2016

The Pellet Fuels Institute today announced the qualification of two new pellet fuels manufacturing facilities owned by Northeast Wood Products (NWP) into the Pellet Fuels Institute (PFI) Standards Program. The two facilities, located in Liogner, Indiana, and Peebles, Ohio, are the 25th and 26th facilities qualified by the program (Northeast Wood Products’ facility in Jasper, Tennessee, was previously qualified). The PFI Standards Program is a third-party accreditation program providing specifications for residential and commercial-grade pellet fuel.

In qualifying for the Standards Program, the two facilities join companies across the country with previously qualified facilities: New England Wood Pellet, Curran Renewable Energy, American Wood Fibers, Lignetics, Marth Peshtigo Pellet Co., Forest Energy Corp., Indeck Ladysmith, Energex, Spearfish Pellet Co., Michigan Wood Fuels, Trae Fuels, Somerset Pellet Fuel, NWP Jasper and Georgia Biomass.

NWP Liognier and NWP Peebles were qualified by accredited auditing agency Timber Products Inspection. For information on qualifying for the program, and further details on the PFI Standards Program, visit the PFI website, www.pelletheat.org.

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