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What Are The Environmental Impacts Of Wood Heating?

Today wood, as a form of natural energy, is the only sustainable and renewable fuel source for heat generation.

We all need to consider our use of natural resources and the effect we have on the environment. Wood burning in a Wood Heater does not contribute to the 'Greenhouse Effect'. If wood is left to naturally decay, consumed in a natural bush fire or burn in a wood heater, it emits similar levels of CO2. We manufacture slow combustion wood heaters that utilise low emissions into the atmosphere. That's why people like yourself are making the right choice for now and the future with the purchase of a Wood Heater.



 
Advocacy and Continued Support:

To further demonstrate our commitment to environmental protection, as a member of the Australian Home Heating Association, we contribute to Landcare Australia. In working together with Landcare, we are working towards restoring the environment and protecting its long term viability through the planting of more trees for future fuel supplies and cleaner air. No other form of home heating uses a renewable fuel supply and we want to ensure the supply is maintained for our future, and the future of our children. Barbeques Galore proudly supports the activities of Landcare Australia through its membership of the Australian Home Heating Association.

Barbeques Galore proudly supports the activities of Landcare Australia through its membership of the AHHA

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