Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC)

Pacific BioEnergy has been an active member of WPAC for several years. Don Steele, Chairman and CEO of Pacific BioEnergy is a Director on the Board and Darren Marutt, Safety and Environmental Manager is a member of the WPAC Safety Committee. The Wood Pellet Association of Canada is a member-driven organization advancing the interests of Canadian wood pellet producers. Its goal is to help members grow through promoting the role of wood pellets in the Canadian and global markets, supporting market and technical research, and encouraging fair and open energy trade. The WPAC Safety Committee work is extremely important for the overall industry through its’ model of “Sharing Safety”.  To learn more about WPAC visit its website at: www.pellet.org


Pacific BioEnergy is a proud partner with Canada’s Green University, the University of Northern BC. Pacific BioEnergy donates wood pellets to help fuel the campus energy system and forest research greenhouse at UNBC.

PG Humane Society

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. Over the past few years, staff and volunteers at the Society determined that they preferred to use wood pellets instead of chemical-based kitty-litter. Wood pellets absorbed a lot more odor and were easier to work with but purchase of wood pellets meant the Society was using valuable funds that were needed to help the animals in care. The Society approached Pacific BioEnergy and requested a partnership that would supply all its wood pellet needs and since January, Pacific BioEnergy has been supplying pellets to the PG Humane Society. Pacific BioEnergy is proud that it’s renewable energy alternative wood pellets have another useful purpose in helping animals in need.