BIOMASS – ORGANIC MATTER USED FOR THE GENERATION OF HEAT
Wood pellets are heating fuels made from wood or plant byproducts, most often sawdust or waste from sawmills or wood product manufacturers. They’re a compressed biomass product, produced with a low moisture content for optimal burning time and temperature.
Wood pellets are stored and distributed in various bag sizes or, in bulk, in large silos.
Payback time average:
5 to 10 years
Savings on annual heating costs
Zero carbon taxes on biomass fuel
Local economic growth: manage resources, create employment, and generate savings
Reduce dependency on fossil fuels
Use of a renewable resource
Significant contributions towards sustainable development
Reduction of greenhouse gases
FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FOR BIOMASS