If you are not currently using logging residue to make industrial or residential wood pellets, by using logging residue and processing it with our plants you can:
Savings will depend upon the cost of locally available sawdust, pulp wood logs and chips compared to the cost and specification of logging residue and the final product specification required.
If you are currently using logging residue to make industrial or residential wood pellets along with other feedstocks, with our processing plants you can now make ENplus or ISO 17225-2 grade I1 (Ash < 1%) industrial wood pellets with up to:
Actual percentages of logging residue which can be economically used will depend upon the mix of species, time left in forest, chemical analysis, moisture content and quantities of the locally available material.
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