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Wood waste recovery key for Cariboo First Nations company

Prince George Citizen wrote about how CCR, which is owned by two First Nations west of Williams Lake, recovered more than 3,000 truckloads of residual waste generating millions in sales for a product that would otherwise be burned.

Photo Credit: Monica Lamb-Yorski • Williams Lake Tribune) Forestry workers could be seen in May 2018 inside one of the Cariboo Chilcotin Rehabilitation Ltd.'s blocks southwest of Tl'etinqox.

A joint venture company owned by two First Nations west of Williams Lake has recovered more than 3,000 truckloads of residual waste generating millions in sales for a product that would otherwise be burned.


Tsideldel and Tl’etinqox’s Central Chilcotin Rehabilitation Ltd. launched the first phase of the project three years ago to reduce wildfire risks and rehabilitate mountain pine beetle impacted forests west of Tl’etinqox after receiving a $3.4-million grant from the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC).


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