Buy Recycled Wood Fuel Fire Logs / Waste Hardwood Briquettes at The Mermaid Inn

The Extra Hot and Greener Alternative to fossil fuel, our eco-recycled compressed waste hardwood fire logs are more environmentally friendly and suitable for use in open fires, wood burners, patio heaters, fire baskets, chimineas, barbeques and closed boilers.

~ COMPRESSED RECYCLED PURE WOOD WASTE FIRE LOGS ~
Perfect eco-friendly (100% recycled wood) CO² carbon-neutral fuel
Produced in Norfolk, low distribution miles.

~ USE RECYCLED WOODFUEL FIRE LOGS AS A REPLACEMENT OR COMPLEMENT TO OTHER FUELS ~
Similar heat content to smokeless coal and contains more energy than conventional seasoned firewood.

~ EASY & CLEAN TO HANDLE - EASY TO LIGHT ON THEIR OWN ~
Just 5% moisture content.

~ LONG BURN TIME - LESS ASH ~
Low flue gas emissions and better for your chimney - the ash also makes an excellent mineral fertiliser.

The Mermaid Inn

Woodfuel firelogs burner

AS USED AT THE MERMAID INN, ELSING!

 

OUR PRICES:
Supplied to our customers in 10 kg Handy Sacks
Single sacks @ £4.75 ea. | 5 sacks @ £4.25 ea. | 10 sacks @ £4.00 ea. | 20 sacks @ £3.75 ea.
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(Bulk order of pallet size quantities are available - please contact us for more details)

FREE delivery on 20 or more sacks / 15 mile radius of Elsing

or collect from The Mermaid Inn, Elsing -
Collections during opening hours ONLY
"Grab a bag and grab a pint" real ale, great food!

To order please call us on 01362 637640

Here is a copy of a press release from the local paper explaining our new carbon friendly heating system at The Mermaid Inn that so many of you have shown an interest in.

A 15th Century village pub is one of 15 properties to find a locally-grown source of heating and hot water - thanks to Norfolk County Council and Woodfuel East. The council set up a £50,000 grant fund to help Norfolk home and business owners install woodfuel boilers, as part of its carbon reduction programme.The scheme was administered by Woodfuel East, through the Forestry Commission, and 15 grants have now been made - including one to the Mermaid Inn, in Elsing, near Dereham.

Kevin Wills, landlord of the Mermaid Inn, said: “We decided that a wood fuel heating system could meet our aims of saving money, substantially reducing our carbon footprint, maintaining traditional ambience and using local resources".

“Without the grant from Norfolk County Council and Woodfuel East’s help, we wouldn’t have been able to install this new heating system. The woodfuel boiler fits really well into the traditional surroundings and our customers have commented on how the pub feels warm and welcoming”.

Sid Cooper, Woodfuel East’s Norfolk Business Development Advisor, said that “modern, woodfuel boilers were a carbon-lean source of heating and hot water - especially in areas without mains gas. The woodfuel boilers which have been part-funded by this county council grant will generate a total of 450 kilowatts and cut the county’s oil consumption by more than 35,000 litres a year. This will save more than 100 tonnes of CO² emissions a year.”

Woodfuel East is a regional initiative, with 25 partner organisations, including Norfolk County Council and the East of England Development Agency. It is hosted by the Forestry Commission and based at Santon Downham, near Thetford. The initiative, which has been awarded £4.3 million from the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), is working to support the woodfuel supply chain.

 

* Prices displayed above correct at November 2011