You can save money by using heating pellets! Recycling household waste and biomass not only contributes to considerable savings on the money spent on heating your home, but you also do your part for the environment by recycling and reusing the pollutants in biomass.
During the cold season, heating accounts for approximately one-third of the owner's annual utility bill. Pellet stoves are an increasingly popular solution. They look like traditional wood stoves, but work more like a modern oven. You just need to fill your stove's hopper with pellets made from compacted sawdust, set your thermostat, sit back, and get comfortable. A mechanical auger deposits the pellets into a combustion pot, where they are incinerated at such a high temperature that they create no vent-clogging creosote and very little ash or emissions, keeping indoor and outdoor air clean.
Depending on the size and layout of your home, a pellet stove could supplement your current heating system or be used as the only source.
These high-efficiency heaters allow you to lower your home's thermostat while warming your rooms, providing ambience, and lowering your energy bills.
Pellets are hard-packed waste of all kinds, which are turned into fuel pellets that are burned in your kiln. The types of waste that can be used are innumerable, but here we list a few: paper, cardboard, boxes, containers, coconut shells, walnut shells, rice husks, agricultural residues after the harvest, pruning leaves, grasses from your garden, wood Any type of wood waste to name a few illustratively.
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