Recycling, It Drives Us!
JPB is a leader in sustainable development in Quebec, mainly recycling treated wood by applying the principles of recycling, reuse and recovery in line with its philosophy of always doing better for the environment.
Every year we repurpose 90,000 tonnes of wood used as biomass to produce 9.75 Megawatts of electricity every day. That is the equivalent of the electricity supply for 4 500 single-family homes in Quebec.
JPB partners with leaders of the Canadian economy such as Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railways, Hydro-Quebec, Hydro-One and Bell Canada. We work in harmony with the same green vision of the future through the recovery, reuse and repurposing of wood.
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We are JPB
JPB is located in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. We are an organization certified by Quebec’s Ministère de l’Environnement and which helps to reduce greenhouse gases through the energy recovery of post-consumption wood waste, mainly treated wood.
Recycling of Treated Wood
JPB provides the “missing piece” in the sustainable development equation for treated wood by implementing the principles of recycling, reuse and repurposing to its own philosophy of continuous improvement.
Our cogeneration plant features the latest advances in energy production from wood waste such as railroad ties, utility poles and other wood residues from the construction industry that are used as biomass.
Founded in 2003, JPB was then known as Industries JPB. Since then, we have merged with JPB Énergies, our cogeneration plant to become JPB, a treated wood recycling facility and producer of green energy.
JPB holds various certificates of authorization based on new criteria and issued by Quebec’s Ministère de l’Environnement for the reclamation of treated wood. Every year, we repurpose 90,000 tons of wood which are used as biomass to produce 9.75 Megawatts of electricity daily. This represents the electricity supply for 4 500 single-family homes in Quebec.