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R5Biomass11by17 Standard 2015 v03

  1. 1. National Forest National Park Water Body For more information, please contact Larry Swan (USFS R5 SPFWood Utilization and Biomass Specialist) | Office: (707) 562.8917 | Email: lswan01@fs.fed.us SPFR5 Connecting Forests to People AcollaborationbetweenUSFSRegion5State&PrivateForestryandUCBerkeleyWoodyBiomassUtilizationGroup Facilities California and Southern Oregon Woody Biomass Utilization ( Revision 2015/04/07) 106 105 64 63 62 61 33 32 32 RioBravoJasminProposedConversion 33 RioBravoPosoProposedConversion 61 WilseyvilleProposedProject 62 QuincyProposedProject 64 TrinityRiverConservationCampProposedProject 63 DevilsGardenConservationCampProposedProject 105 CaliforniaEthanol&PowerLLC 106 TrinityRiverLbr. PROPOSAL 7 7 CalForestNurseryGasifierPilot PILOT 60 59 53 42 107 42 SPIAndersonBiomassPowerProject 53 IberdrolaLakeviewProject 60 NorthForkProject 107 RedRockBiofuels 59 BlueLakeRancheria ACTIVE PROJECT 38 47 39 37 24 17 13 17 FreshwaterPulpBiomassPower 13 DiamondWalnutBiomassPower 24 MesquiteLakeResourceRecoveryPower 37 SierraBiomassPower 39 SoledadEnergy 47 SusanvilleBiomassPowerProject NON-OPERATIONAL 38 SierraBiomassPowerCorp. 44 27 26 19 6 2 1 20 29 36 48 50 22 2 BigValleyBiomassPower 6 CovantaBurneyMtn.Power 1 AirProductsStocktonBiomassPower 19 ImperialValleyResourceRecoveryPower 26 CovantaMt.LassenPower 27 CovantaPacificOrovillePower 44 SPILoyaltonBiomassPower IDLE 22 20 ShastaRenewables 48 29 36 50 CovantaMendotaPower PhoenixEnergy GreenleafEelRiverPower GreenleafTracyBiomassPower WestBiofuelsGasifierPilot 57 104 103 102 58 56 52 51 49 46 45 43 41 40 35 34 31 28 25 23 18 16 15 14 12 11 10 9 8 5 4 3 21 4 BuenaVistaBiomassPower 5 BurneyForestPower 3 BlueLakeBiomassPower 8 ChowchillaBiomassPower 10 GreenleafDesertViewPower 11 CovantaDelanoPower 12 KoreaEastWestPowerFairhaven 9 CollinsPineBiomassPower 14 DinubaEnergy 16 DTEStocktonBiomassPower 18 GreenleafHoneyLakePower 15 DixonRidgeFarmsGasifierPowerPilot 23 MercedPower 28 CovantaPacificUltrapowerChineseStation 25 Mt.PosoCogen 34 RioBravoRocklinBiomassPower 35 RoseburgForestProductsBiomassPower 31 RioBravoFresnoBiomassPower 40 SPIBurneyBiomassPower 41 SPIAndersonBiomassPower 46 SPISonoraStandardBiomassPower 43 SPILincolnBiomassPower 45 SPIQuincyBiomassPower 52 DTEWoodlandBiomassPower 56 BiomassOneLP 49 WadhamBiomassPower 51 WheelabratorShastaBiomassEnergy 58 CentralValleyAgGrinding 102 CollinsPineBiomass(KlamathFalls) 103 TimberProductsVeneer(Yreka) 104 ColumbiaPlywood OPERATIONAL 21 57MaderaPower Rough&ReadyPower 7 8 19 32 34 7 HarwoodProductsSawmill 8 HumboltFlakeboardParticleBd. 19 SierraCedarProductsSawmill 32 SierraPineRocklinMDF 34 Calif.RedwoodCo.,OrickSawmill LIQUIDATED 61 61 FruitGrowersSupplyCompany CONSTRUCTION 35 24 14 6 5 5 33 5 EvergreenPulp 6 HambroForestProductsParticleBd. 14 RedwoodEmpirePhiloSawmill 24 SPICaminoSawmill 35 SoundStudSawmill CLOSED 33 Calif.RedwoodCo.,KorbelSawmill 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 47 46 4544 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 31 3029 28 27 26 25 23 22 21 20 18 17 16 15 13 12 11 10 4 3 2 1 48 1 AgwoodMill&Lbr. 2 Berry’sSawmill 3 BigCreekLbr.Co.Sawmill 4 CollinsPineCo.Sawmill 10 MadRiverLbr.Sawmill 11 MendocinoForestProductsSawmill 12 HumboldtRedwoodCo.Sawmill 13 ArcataForestProductsSawmill 15 RedwoodEmpireCloverdaleSawmill 16 RoseburgForestProductsVeneerMill 17 SchmidbauerLbr.Co.Sawmill 18 ShastaGreenSawmill 20 SierraForestProductsSawmill 21 SPIAndersonSawmill 22 SPIArcataSawmill 23 SPIBurneySawmill 26 SPILincolnSawmill 27 SPIOrovilleCedarSawmill 25 SPIShastaLk.Sawmill 28 SPIQuincySawmill 29 SPIChineseCampSawmill 30 SPISonoraStandardSawmill 31 SierraPineMartellParticleBd. 36 TimberProductsVeneerMill 37 TrinityRiverLbr.Co.Sawmill 39 CaliforniaWoodShavings 38 WillitsRedwoodSawmill 41 SPIKeystoneBarkPlant 42 LassenForestProducts 40 PriorityPalletsSawmill 43 CollinsFremontSawmill 44 CollinsParticleBd. 45 CollinsHardboard 46 ColumbiaForestProductsPlywood 47 MurphyPlywood 50 MallardCreekShavings/Pellets 51 AmericanWoodFiber 49 ElDoradoNorthernSawmill 52 Jeld-WenThomasLbr.Sawmill 54 SouthernOregonPost&Pole 53 Jeld-WenMDF 56 SierraPineMDF&ParticleBd. 57 TimberProductsCo.Plywood&ParticleBd. 55 BoiseWoodProductsVeneer/LVL/Plywood 58 SouthCoastLbr.Veneer&Plywoodand SouthCoastLbr.Dimention&StudSawmill 59 MurphyCo.Veneer 60 MurphyPlywoodLayup 48 Rough&ReadyLbr.Co. OPEN Primary Wood Processing Facilities Biomass Power Plants Open Operational Closed Idle Non-Operational Construction Active Project Liquidated Pilot Proposal Wood Products Primary Processing &Biomass Energy Facilities Primary Wood Processing Facilities Biomass Power Plants
  2. 2. National Forest National Park Water Body For more information, please contact Larry Swan (USFS R5 SPFWood Utilization and Biomass Specialist) | Office: (707) 562.8917 | Email: lswan01@fs.fed.us SPFR5 Connecting Forests to People AcollaborationbetweenUSFSRegion5State&PrivateForestryandUCBerkeleyWoodyBiomassUtilizationGroup Facilities California and Southern Oregon Woody Biomass Utilization ( Revision 2015/04/07) 106 105 64 63 62 61 33 32 32 RioBravoJasminProposedConversion 33 RioBravoPosoProposedConversion 61 WilseyvilleProposedProject 62 QuincyProposedProject 64 TrinityRiverConservationCampProposedProject 63 DevilsGardenConservationCampProposedProject 105 CaliforniaEthanol&PowerLLC 106 TrinityRiverLbr. PROPOSAL 7 7 CalForestNurseryGasifierPilot PILOT 60 59 53 42 107 42 SPIAndersonBiomassPowerProject 53 IberdrolaLakeviewProject 60 NorthForkProject 107 RedRockBiofuels 59 BlueLakeRancheria ACTIVE PROJECT 38 47 39 37 24 17 13 17 FreshwaterPulpBiomassPower 13 DiamondWalnutBiomassPower 24 MesquiteLakeResourceRecoveryPower 37 SierraBiomassPower 39 SoledadEnergy 47 SusanvilleBiomassPowerProject NON-OPERATIONAL 38 SierraBiomassPowerCorp. 44 27 26 19 6 2 1 20 29 36 48 50 22 2 BigValleyBiomassPower 6 CovantaBurneyMtn.Power 1 AirProductsStocktonBiomassPower 19 ImperialValleyResourceRecoveryPower 26 CovantaMt.LassenPower 27 CovantaPacificOrovillePower 44 SPILoyaltonBiomassPower IDLE 22 20 ShastaRenewables 48 29 36 50 CovantaMendotaPower PhoenixEnergy GreenleafEelRiverPower GreenleafTracyBiomassPower WestBiofuelsGasifierPilot 57 104 103 102 58 56 52 51 49 46 45 43 41 40 35 34 31 28 25 23 18 16 15 14 12 11 10 9 8 5 4 3 21 4 BuenaVistaBiomassPower 5 BurneyForestPower 3 BlueLakeBiomassPower 8 ChowchillaBiomassPower 10 GreenleafDesertViewPower 11 CovantaDelanoPower 12 KoreaEastWestPowerFairhaven 9 CollinsPineBiomassPower 14 DinubaEnergy 16 DTEStocktonBiomassPower 18 GreenleafHoneyLakePower 15 DixonRidgeFarmsGasifierPowerPilot 23 MercedPower 28 CovantaPacificUltrapowerChineseStation 25 Mt.PosoCogen 34 RioBravoRocklinBiomassPower 35 RoseburgForestProductsBiomassPower 31 RioBravoFresnoBiomassPower 40 SPIBurneyBiomassPower 41 SPIAndersonBiomassPower 46 SPISonoraStandardBiomassPower 43 SPILincolnBiomassPower 45 SPIQuincyBiomassPower 52 DTEWoodlandBiomassPower 56 BiomassOneLP 49 WadhamBiomassPower 51 WheelabratorShastaBiomassEnergy 58 CentralValleyAgGrinding 102 CollinsPineBiomass(KlamathFalls) 103 TimberProductsVeneer(Yreka) 104 ColumbiaPlywood OPERATIONAL 21 57MaderaPower Rough&ReadyPower Biomass Power Plants Biomass Energy Facilities Biomass Power Plants Operational Idle Non-Operational Active Project Pilot Proposal
  3. 3. National Forest National Park Water Body For more information, please contact Larry Swan (USFS R5 SPFWood Utilization and Biomass Specialist) | Office: (707) 562.8917 | Email: lswan01@fs.fed.us SPFR5 Connecting Forests to People AcollaborationbetweenUSFSRegion5State&PrivateForestryandUCBerkeleyWoodyBiomassUtilizationGroup Facilities California and Southern Oregon Woody Biomass Utilization ( Revision 2015/04/07) 5 5 11 9 11 1 10 11 4 1 10 12 6 2 11 6 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 7 2 2 2 2 11 6 6 6 6 2 6 7 6 9 11 2 5 8 HumboldtRedwoodCo. ArcataForestProducts RoseburgForestProducts SchmidbauerLbr.Co. SPIArcata TimbersSawmill BlueLk.RoundStockCo. Calif.RedwoodCo. TimberProducts CollinsPineCo. Fremont-LakeviewCollinsPineCo.Hardboard ColumbiaForestProducts ThomasLbr.BoiseWoodProducts Veneer/LVL SouthCoastLbr. MurphyCo.Veneer AgwoodMill&Lbr. Berry’sSawmill BigCreekLbr.Co. CollinsPineCo.Chester MendocinoForestProducts RedwoodEmpireCloverdale ShastaGreen SierraForestProducts SPIAnderson SPIBurney SPILincoln SPIOrovilleCedarMill SPIShastaLk. SPIQuincy SPIChineseCampFencingMill SPISonoraStandard SPIAndersonPoleMill TrinityRiverLbr.Co. CaliforniaWoodShavings WillitsRedwood PriorityPallets ElDoradoNorthernCorp. RedwoodEmpirePhilo SoundStud Rough&ReadyLbr.Co. CLTForestManagement FruitGrowersSupplyCompany HumboldtRedwoodCo. ArcataForestProducts RoseburgForestProducts SchmidbauerLbr.Co. SPIArcata TimbersSawmill BlueLk.RoundStockCo. Calif.RedwoodCo. TimberProducts CollinsPineCo. Fremont-LakeviewCollinsPineCo.Hardboard ColumbiaForestProducts ThomasLbr.BoiseWoodProducts Veneer/LVL SouthCoastLbr. MurphyCo.Veneer AgwoodMill&Lbr. Berry’sSawmill BigCreekLbr.Co. CollinsPineCo.Chester MendocinoForestProducts RedwoodEmpireCloverdale ShastaGreen SierraForestProducts SPIAnderson SPIBurney SPILincoln SPIOrovilleCedarMill SPIShastaLk. SPIQuincy SPIChineseCampFencingMill SPISonoraStandard SPIAndersonPoleMill TrinityRiverLbr.Co. CaliforniaWoodShavings WillitsRedwood PriorityPallets ElDoradoNorthernCorp. RedwoodEmpirePhilo SoundStud Rough&ReadyLbr.Co. CLTForestManagement FruitGrowersSupplyCompany ID Number Refers to Sawmill Type By Annual Consumption (MMBF/Year) Current Status Greater than or equal to 70 50 - 70 Open Idle Construction 10 - 50 Less than 10 Type Type Name Basic Description 1 Board Sawmill Produce primarily pine products (at least in California), such as 1X, 5/4, 6/4 and other specialty thicknesses. The lumber is often used in the millwork industry (such as doors and windows) and graded for appearance rather than strength. 2 Dimension Sawmill Produce primarily structural products, such as 2X4, 2X6, 2X8 etc. The lumber is graded for strength rather than appearance. 3 Fencing Sawmill Produce largely fencing boards, averaging 1" nominal thickness (actual thick- ness closer to 5/8" to 3/4"). Incense cedar is commonly used, but will also use pine for some fencing stock and pallet deck boards. 4 Hardboard Plant Compositeproductthatcanbepressedintomanydifferentthicknessesandshapes. ThefacilityshowninKlamathFallscommonlymakespre-finished,outdoorsiding. Thisparticularcompositeproductstartswithwoodchipsthatarethendefibratedto makeamatthatispressedintoapanelwiththedesiredpattern. 5 Post/Pole and Pole Mills Manufacture round products, such as posts (commonly 8’-10’long, but normal- ly less than 12’) or poles (usually less than 24’in length). Utility distribution line poles are made by post/pole and pole mills, but rarely longer utility poles which have rigorous taper, sweep and other quality specifications. 6 Redwood Sawmill Produceprimarilyredwoodproducts,whicharenotusuallyusedforstructural purposesunlesstheyarelargerdimension,suchastimbers. Mostredwood sawmillsalsocutDouglas-firforthedimensionlumbermarket(structuraluses). 7 RedwoodTimber Sawmill Produce larger size products that are then sold as is or resawn. Timbers usually are at least 5”X5”and larger. 8 Small Log Sawmill Produce“stud”lumber (2X in specified lengths) or 1X material, often for low grade markets, such as dunnage (e.g. pallet stock, such as deck boards). They operate best in the 7”-8”small end diameter range (inside bark). The differ- ence between a stud sawmill and“small log”sawmill is usually the primary breakdown saw set-up and line speed (small log mills will run faster than stud mills). 9 Stud Sawmill Specialize primarily in 2X4 and 2X6 lumber. They operate best with logs in the 7”-10”small end diameter range. 10 Timber Sawmills Produce larger size products that are then sold as is or resawn. Timbers usually are at least 5”X5”and larger. 11 Veneer Plants Rotary peel logs to obtain thin sheets of veneer which are used to make plywood and laminated veneer lumber. 12 Whole Log Shavings Mill Takes up to 8’logs and planes the logs to make animal bedding shavings. * Sawmills and other wood processing plants are generally classified according to the type of product produced or species required. All mills have diameter and species preferences or requirements, which differ even within the same category. Primary Processing Facilities Utilizing Logs or Chips Greater than 500mbf/year Not Including Biomass Energy Plants and Mulch/Soil Amendment Facilities

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