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written by JC, January 22, 2012
Biomass is thought to be carbon zero if the fuel burned is from a renewable source, e.g. if the wood chip is from a sustainable supplier the carbon produced through burning is offset from the carbon removed from the environment via photosynthesis.
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written by John Henshaw, November 26, 2010
How is biomass carbon zero? its not even carbon neutral.

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