At Pacific BioEnergy we believe that being a good corporate citizen is more than being a global supplier of carbon-neutral, renewable fuel that contributes significantly to a cleaner, greener world. Good corporate citizenship is about being seen to support the communities you do business in and at Pacific BioEnergy, we take corporate responsibility seriously. Our employees are active in our communities helping coach their kid’s sports teams and supporting educational associations. Our company seeks to build partnerships with community organizations and institutions. We encourage you to visit our website regularly and learn more about how Pacific BioEnergy works hard to be a good corporate citizen as we will regularly post short stories about how our employees and our company help improve the quality of life in our communities.
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Pacific BioEnergy’s 350,000-tonnes per year pellet plant in Prince George, B.C., consumes up to 1,200 tonnes of fibre a day, sourced from sawmill and forest residuals as well as low-quality whole logs. A new multi-million dollar installation from Dieffenbacher allows the industrial pellet plant to reduce machine wear and access more fibre sources than ever before.
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An investigation into what caused a small fire at Pacific BioEnergy’s Prince George Plant on Friday evening continues.
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Pacific BioEnergy and its’ employees observed this year’s National Day of Mourning at a Safety Meeting on April 27th (April 28 is the official National Day of Mourning). The company feels strongly that taking time for a moment of silence to honor the lives lost on the job.
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Human Resources Manager, Sharel Grimm and Safety and Environmental Manager, Darren Marutt were on hand at the Work BC Job Fair held on April 11th at the Work BC Centre in Prince George.
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Pacific BioEnergy and its’ employees will celebrate North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week May 6-12. The theme this year is Take Safety Home.
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Pacific BioEnergy started 2018 with a new partnership with the Prince George Humane Society. The Prince George Humane Society is a community based, registered charity that provides a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in the north.