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Exhibitor: Prairie Bio Gas
Contact Name: N/A
Booth Number: 1409
Address: #200-2825 Saskatchewan Drive,
Regina, SK S4T 1H3
Canada
Website: http://www.erinconsulting.sk.ca

Corporate Summary:

Prairie BioGas Ltd is a waste to energy company based in Regina.SK. with a Latin American office in Quito, Ecuador. We have a low temperature vacuum pyrolysis system that can convert organic wastes, including biomass, plastics and rubber into syngas, bio-oil and biochar. These energy products can be used to generate electricity or as fuel. Our project pipeline includes projects in Canada, Latin America and Europe

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