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Leading supplier of biomass energy, offering the sale of energy and heating equipment. BSB will provide a profitable solution to replace the use of fossil fuels while supporting the growth of the local economy.

BSB was founded in 2011 by two experienced New Brunswick businessmen: Jean-Claude Savoie, owner of Groupe Savoie in Saint-Quentin N.-B. and Malcolm Fisher, owner of Compact Appliances in Sackville N. .-B. BSB was formed to promote biomass heating throughout Eastern Canada and to meet all biomass heating project demands. BSB will bid through government and municipal calls for tenders or directly with owners of commercial and industrial buildings, apartment buildings, garages and private residences, etc. where renewable source heating is desired. BSB has successfully completed pellet boiler installations in: town hall, church, greenhouses, chicken coop, potato warehouse, garages, etc.

One of the largest contracts awarded to BSB to date was the installation of an 840 kW Binder boiler at the Grand Falls General Hospital which has now been heating the hospital since 2014.

The upcoming arrival of a carbon tax in Canada provides the perfect opportunity to meet our knowledgeable team to assess your heating needs and discuss the savings that a biomass system could bring to your business. To learn more, please call Théo Losier at 506-395-8031 or Francis Lamarche at 506-235-5165, or send them an email at or francis.lamarche@groupesavoie .com.

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Wood pellet heating system

A typical wood pellet heating system consists of:

• A hopper or silo that can receive a bulk delivery, by blower truck
• Screw or suction system which automatically conveys the pellets from the silo to the boiler
• Wood pellet boiler
• Buffer tank
• Indirect domestic water heater
• Connection to the heating distribution system
• Thermostat (s) to control the heating distribution
• Approved fireplace

Depending on your current heating system, it may be possible to add a pellet boiler or furnace directly to the same distribution network.

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