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  • Ban on the sale of wet wood and coal

    From 21st February 2021, the government will ban the sale of pre-packaged bituminous house coal and wet wood in a bid to curb particulate matter (PM) emissions. The pledge was a major part of the Clean Air Strategy which stated that solid fuels currently account for around 39% of all PM pollution in the UK […]

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  • Bagged Wood Pellets

    Woodlets bagged wood pellets are made from sustainable virgin wood. We use original timber – either spruce or pine from Scottish forests. Our trees are all locally-sourced from sustainably managed forests, all within 60 miles of the Woodlets factory, and they are all accredited by the Forest Stewardship Council.  No waste or recycled wood is […]

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  • His Royal Highness Prince Charles’ call to action

    Author Margaret Atwood interviewed HRH Prince Charles on the BBC’s Today programme this week about his long-time environmental campaign and his continued perseverance in pursuit of change of what he truly believes in. HRH ‘I suppose it was in the early 1960s when I was witnessing the destruction of so much natural habitat, the grubbing […]

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  • Training for biomass boiler installation

    Windhager UK has been successful in their application for a grant to offer subsidised training courses (H005DE) in support of the Governments ‘Green Homes Grant’ scheme to heating engineers. Windhager UK will offer the courses on a first come, first served basis to heating engineers with the necessary course pre-qualifications and/or experience at their training […]

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  • Renewable heat scheme for Scottish homeowners

    A new £4.5 million cashback incentive to help people install renewable and energy efficiency measures in their homes has been announced by the Scottish Government. Homeowners will be able to apply for 75% cashback up to the value of £7,500 towards the cost of a renewable heating system and a further 40% cashback up to […]

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  • Biomass boilers through the Green Homes Grant

    Make your home warmer and your energy bills cheaper with a Green Homes Grant. The Government’s new Green Homes Grant scheme is one every English homeowner should check out. It may provide serious free funding for home improvements that will improve the energy efficiency of your home and your home’s value. Launched just before the […]

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