Together, we are a North American leader in the biomass industry – in safety, environmental and forestry stewardship, quality and delivery.
Our quality wood pellets help power energy companies in Europe and the Pacific Rim reduce their greenhouse gas emissions through increasing the utilization of wood pellets. Our employees are passionate about making a difference and are proud to know they help improve the environment by producing a climate-beneficial energy source.
We know that our success depends on the success of our people. At Pacific BioEnergy, our commitment to our employees extends beyond a competitive salary. We value our people as individuals and support them to better manage their health, their career and their life. Through various opportunities to succeed and grow in their careers, we ensure our team is continually prepared with the knowledge and skills to succeed in their chosen fields.
Superior products made by talented people who are dedicated to helping make the world a cleaner, greener place. That’s Pacific BioEnergy
Sustainability & ESG Rating
Pacific BioEnergy looks at sustainability from both an economic and environmental perspective and believes they are firmly connected. You can’t have a strong economy without a healthy environment, and vice versa.
Sustainability from the economic perspective means steady growth of the company through strategic partnerships, strategic investments in innovation and new technologies. It means supporting our employees through training and development, with a persistent focus on safety. It also means manufacturing a superior product, quality assurance and proactive involvement in our communities.
Sustainability from the environmental perspective is what makes Pacific BioEnergy a leader in the wood pellet industry and what makes our employees excited to be members of the Pacific BioEnergy team. Our company and the wood pellet industry as a whole in BC meant that sawmill and forest residues could be turned into a clean, green energy alternative. Air quality improved in Prince George and other BC communities when sawmills were able to shutdown beehive burners as a result of the wood pellet industry’s ability to utilize residual fibre from the solid wood sector.
Manufacturing wood pellets by utilizing logging residuals that would otherwise be burned by the primary harvesting companies also greatly improves our air quality and helps our forest industry be as carbon neutral as possible.
Another fibre source for our pellets is beetle-killed trees that are not suitable for dimensional lumber or pulp chips. These trees are harvested and processed to make wood pellets. In doing this these damaged ecosystems are reforested allowing the forest ecosystem to recovery from the mountain beetle epidemic. Even forests damaged by fires, that are not suitable fibre for the solid wood or pulp and paper industries can be harvested and processed to make wood pellets. In harvesting this fibre we are at the same time reforesting and rehabilitating the fire damaged ecosystem. The development of the wood pellet industry has provided greater sustainability from both the economic and to a greater degree the environmental perspective.