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Emissions From Domestic Wood Burning
There has been a lot of negative, and quite frankly misleading press recently about the emissions associated with your log fire at home. Emissions from wood burning are a concern, but a combination of common sense and good practice should be more than enough to ensure that one is making a positive contribution to the air quality around us.
Seven Reasons To Throw A Firelighter On The Logburner
Oh, blast it, the fire just won’t get going.
Nothing’s more frustrating than losing the flame and reducing your wood to a smouldering pile after the 5th attempt. Perhaps your logburner needs a sweep, or your logs are a little damp, but sometimes it comes down to the fire-lighting process itself. Before you waste another match, consider Ecoblaze natural firelighters as the next step in your process.
Seven Reasons To Burn Birch Firewood
Birch firewood is one of the most common types for indoor or outdoor burning and has long been regarded as the traditional wood to burn by the Scandinavians. If you’ve never used this wood type or want to know why it’s such a popular choice, then read on.