At Drax, we make our pellets from sustainable biomass generated from the harvest and manufacturing of other forest products. We purchase biomass from a variety of suppliers – from large forest product companies to small harvesting contractors and from tenure holders to private land owners– and in a variety of forms – from sawdust to unmerchantable logs to in-woods chipped material.
Please contact [email protected] for more information.
If you have demonstrably sustainable biomass you would like to sell or are interested in learning more, please contact us:
In British Columbia, North of Quesnel, please contact Josh McQuillin at (250) 640-4193 or [email protected]
In British Columbia, South of Quesnel, please contact Michael Thomas at 778-897-0753 or [email protected]
In Alberta, please contact Josh McQuillin at (250) 640-4193 or [email protected]
In Alabama and Mississippi, please contact Cody Gage 1-250-855-2321 or [email protected]
With our ever-growing knowledge of climate change and a focus on reducing our collective carbon footprint, industrial wood pellets have become a compelling option within the renewable energy market. From their commercial inception in the 1980’s as a heating source in both residential and commercial structures, to their rapidly increasing adoption by global utilities and large-scale power generators as a renewable fuel to produce reliable baseload power, our high-quality industrial wood pellets have gained recognition from major customers around the world.
Contact Our Sales Team By Phone At: 1.877.737.4344
We provide bulk industrial-grade fuel pellets for clean biomass energy to customers in Europe, North America and Asia. Individual shipments may range from 40-tonne truckloads to 100-tonne railcars to 60,000-tonne Panamax ocean vessels.
We are focused on increasing our export capacity through terminals in two B.C. locations: Vancouver and Prince Rupert. We capably service both ports by producing pellets that meet European industrial specifications at our network of inter-connected mills in the heart of B.C.’s forests. All of our mills are connected by rail to either port, which adds significantly to our suppliability.