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Norwegian group acquires wood pellets plant in Lithuania

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At least in soviet times the local governments owned everything. Foreigners did not get to exploit poverty stricken balts. Reply to the comment answer
~lUGH LuAUHg [19.02.2013, 16:14]
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"We have a capacity for 20,000 tonnes per year"

I need this amount per month. Are there any future plans to extend the capacities significantly? Reply to the comment answer
~knut albers [19.02.2013, 18:37]
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" At least in soviet times the local governments owned everything. Foreigners did not get to exploit poverty stricken balts." yes, because the government didn't exploit them. at least the Norwegians are less corrupt Reply to the comment answer
~jus [20.02.2013, 04:05]
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Hi, our little town in Chase BC plans to change zoning from residential to industrial to allow for building a pellet plant. It is within hundreds of yards of homes. What are the rules in Norway for distance to build from residential areas? Are your fine partical material less than 2.5? How is the air quality in the town, and the noise? If you have higher standards and techniques in Norway, perhaps you'd like to buy this land and do a better job. The owner of the land has to sell, he can't pay his mortgage. The potential buyer is Pinnacle Renewable Energy. But the rezoning and OCP amendments have to happen. The local government does not listen to the people who oppose the pollution in air and sound. Actually, I am a very proud Norwegian citizen who happen to be raised in Canada. Thank you, Randi (nee Larsson fra Jevnaker og Toten. Chase, B.C. is very beautiful town. I wonder if you know anyone who'd like to buy this land? It is assessed value at 4 million, but they seem so desperate they might accept less. It is already zoned for residential and commercial resort. It is so peaceful and beautiful here. Building a couple of high rises that are time shares would be a good idea, or something like that? Are you interested, or know someone who might be? I'd really like to see the plant not built, and someone else getting a totally excellent land price to make big money on resort and peaceful living. However, time is running out as Council is shoving this through before the end of October. The owner is Whitfield Landing if you want to check out their site and the subdivision that is already in place for a bare-land strata. It's a really excellent opportunity. I have nothing to gain by this except to protect the air and peaceful environment I have come to love here. Thank you for reading this, Randi Irene Done 250-679-2381 Reply to the comment answer
~Randi Done [10.10.2013, 02:02]
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