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Wood pellets

Fuel security has become a major concern for both industrial and residential customers with more and more customers turning to wood pellets as a source of fuel for heating; not only is it more economical, but it contributes greatly in the fight against climate change. Every 2.2 tonnes of pellets used prevents 1,000 litres of oil being burnt, saving approximately 2 tonnes of carbon dioxide.

Kedco wood pellets are a premium quality wood pellet, offering a high energy content.

No additives or binding agents are used in the manufacturing of Kedco wood pellets. The lignin present in the raw material is sufficient to bind the pellets together and this natural constituent of wood is released under the heat and pressure of the pelleting process.

• Kedco wood pellets are clean and carbon dioxide-neutral
• They help industries to reduce there carbon emissions,resulting in significantly lower carbon footprint, CCL exemption and tradable carbon credits
• They help home owners to play their part in the fight against climate change as well as reducing their annual heating bill significantly
• They are cost-efficient
• They are easy to handle
• They are easy to ignite

We provide delivery of bagged wood pellets directly to our customer's doors. For more information, send us an enquiry.

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