Pellet fuel is a renewable home heating fuel alternative generally made by compressing recycled wood waste or other biomass products into pellets the size of pencil erasers.
*Source: Pellet Fuels Institute
- To burn pellet fuel, you need to have a pellet stove or insert that is specifically designed to burn pellets.
- Pellet stoves produce low levels of particulate emissions because they burn so efficiently and the fuel is dense.
- Thermal conversion of pellets has an efficiency level of approximately 80%.*
- For more information on pellet fuel, visit the Pellet Fuels Institute website.