Takuma to Supply Biomass Power Generation System in West Japan

(Bloomberg) — Takuma Co., a builder of waste incinerators
and water treatment plants, will supply a generation system for
a biomass power station in western Japan.

The 22-megawatt plant in Hyogo prefecture will be built by
a unit of Hyogo Pulp Industries Co. and will use woody materials
such as timber from forest thinning as fuel, Takuma said in a
statement Thursday.

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Iain Wilson, Indranil Ghosh

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