• Wood Pellet price increases

    Why is the UK wood pellet price rising? The wood pellet price in the UK has risen from around £300/t to over £400/t in just six months. One of the knock-on effects of the Ukraine crisis is that wood pellets are no longer imported from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. This has led to a shortfall, […]

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  • Woodlets price pressures

    Lots of you are asking why Woodlets price increases are so high. Our prices remained static for two years as manufacturing prices began to rise – but we held tight. Now, we are no longer able to absorb increasing production costs.  In an already fragile market – after Brexit and Covid, we’ve been hit by […]

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  • What’s your carbon footprint?

    Over the past 30 years, the UK has become measurably hotter, wetter and sunnier. 2020 was the UK’s third warmest year on record as well as the 5th wettest and the 8th sunniest. It’s the first year to be in the top ten in all three categories. The UK could see temperatures reaching above 40 […]

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  • Keep Woodlets bags out of landfill – two FREE ways to recycle…

    In our mission to keep Woodlets bags out of landfill and to help you recycle your plastic, Woodlets has come up with an easier used-bag recycling return scheme. As well as our free, post-back service you can now drop off at your nearest DHL Service Point. Fill it. Seal it. Send it. 1. Simply put […]

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  • Do we need a Pollution Tax?

    The Green Homes Grant (GHG) scheme has been abandoned just six months after its launch. Boris Johnson’s promise to ‘build back greener’ had offered household grants of £5,000 – £10,000 to install insulation and low-carbon heating. The scheme was slow, bureaucratic and poorly administrated. Johnson and Rishi Sunak seem to have little or no interest […]

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  • Comment: the biomass heat industry and electricity producers are very different…

    If biomass has a ‘carbon debt’ that is measured between 1 – 50 years (depending upon whom you believe), then fossil fuels have a carbon debt of infinity years. Fossil fuel burning is a net permanent addition of carbon to the atmosphere (or the wider biosphere).  This is the baseline against which all sustainable energies […]

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