Fuel briquettes are environmentally friendly fuel because trees are NOT cut down specifically for them. А
for firewood are specially cut. When wood is processed at the plant, only 50-70% of the plant goes into a useful product, the rest is
waste. When briquetting waste and the production of briquettes, the percentage of wood used is up to
Raw materials for the production of briquettes are clean sawdust and dust from coniferous and hard deciduous
hard deciduous trees (e.g. birch, oak). Clean sawdust means that they are free of bark, glue, paint or
any other substances that are hazardous to health and the environment.
Fuel briquettes and pellets have an almost "zero effect" on greenhouse gas emissions,
primarily CO2, which helps reduce the risk of acid rain and therefore leads to
less leaf litter on woody plants and thus the preservation of forests.
Ecofuels are a renewable energy source!