Tag Archives: pellet heater

Environmental benefits of using pellet heaters

  “Any substitution of wood heaters by pellet heaters will have a net positive impact on biodiversity, wood smoke and greenhouse gas emissions.” Rural Industry Research and Development Program Pellet heaters have long been recognised as an environmentally friendly way of heating a home. Countries such as Germany, Sweden, the UK, France and Ireland have […]

Why you should choose a Palazzetti pellet heater

  Palazzetti is one of the largest pellet heater manufacturers in Europe with a production capability of 40,000 heaters per year. While we have chosen a selection of their heaters that we feel best suit Australian conditions, their European range spans numerous different heaters, pellet boilers (central heating systems) and even pellet-fired cooking/heating ovens, essentially […]

Do pellet heaters produce smoke pollution like traditional log burners?

Winter pollution (Image Credit: Bill Smith, Flickr Creative Commons)   Woodsmoke from traditional log burners is a major contributor to air pollution. A World Bank report has recommended replacing log burners with pellet heaters for domestic heating as a way of “mitigating climate change and improving air quality” with “a large emission reduction potential”. New […]

6 things to know about pellets

1) Pellets are made from waste wood Biomass wood pellets are made from recycled sawdust waste otherwise destined for landfill. No trees are cut down specifically to make pellets. Using pellets as fuel is a way to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills and turn it into energy. 2) Pellet heaters are environmentally friendly […]