Heating with Enviro Bricks
When it comes to Heating your homes and business you have endless choices. You can choose electric or go with coal or wood. But most heating choices waste precious resources. Imagine a heating source that uses recycled products! One that is Co2 neutral and one that still allows you to enjoy the heat you’ve always loved. Enviro Bricks for heating are an alternative heating fuel made up of sawdust compressed into a brick. See the advantages of burning Enviro Fuel Blocks below.
Now you can go camping without having to worry about where to find firewood. Due to the process of creating the Kingdom Enviro Brick, they are not quarantined. Enviro Brick can be carried across state lines. Whether you need fuel blocks for a backyard firepit or wood bricks for camping Enviro Bricks will make life easier!
You know how it is. Carrying firewood into the house leaves a trail of dirt and insects. But storing the firewood inside takes up to much space. With our wood brick fuel, you can stack the recycled compressed wood bricks in very tight spaces and avoid nearly all the dirt associated with burning cordwood.
QandA on Fuel and Firewood Bricks
You can burn Envira Brick in almost any wood stove. They are essentially a replacement for firewood with much less hassle.
One 42″x48″x48″ skid of Enviro Brick compares with the BTU of one 48″x48″x96″ cord of well-seasoned firewood.
Enviro Brick heating fuel is made of recycled hardwood sawdust and shavings. So when you burn Enviro Brick, you are taking a waste product that could be dumped into a landfill or burned as waste and using it to heat your home.
When you burn Enviro Wood Bricks, you should have about 1/4 as much ash waste as with cordwood. In addition, your chimeny will have much less build up than if you are burning regular firewood.
A one ton skid of wood brick fuel take up a 42″x48″x34″ area. You can stack them higher to keep them in a tigher space. In general, our wood bricks take up about 1/2 the amount of space as regular firewood.
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