Today there is growing interest in renewable energy in many countries all over the
world, that is connected with continuously declining reserves of fossil fuels, the desire
of many countries to liberate energy sources from the political situation.
In addition, energy, based on traditional fuels, leads to a significant environmental degradation
associated with gas emissions that lead to the greenhouse effect. That’s why now the question about
sing alternative energy sources raises acutely.
Among them fuels derived from wood waste should be identified to a special category: pellets and
briquettes - pressed products from wood waste (sawdust, wood chips, bark, forest residues during
harvesting), straw, agricultural wastes (husk of sunflower, walnut shell) and other biomass.
The consumption of these fuels is growing every year, and resources for their production are
In the manufacture of fuel briquettes (euro-firewood) and pellets no chemical fixers and
glue are used, as a result of pressing under very high pressure natural adhesive (lignin)
that binds the particles is released from the wood.
Pellets and briquettes are much more environmentally friendly than traditional fuels:
carbon dioxide emissions into the air space is 10-50 times lower, have a high calorific
alue (1,5 times higher than wood has and is comparable to coal). This type of fuel forms
a small amount of waste during combustion (1-3%, 15-20 times less than coal.), which can
be used as fertilizer since there is almost no sulfur in make-up of the substance.
Thus, the wood pellets and briquettes are energetically stable, waste-free, renewable and environmentally friendly biofuels.
The company "Unilog" sells high-quality biofuels from waste wood with delivery by own
transport to any country in Western Europe. We cooperate with the biggest manufacturers
of fuel pellets and briquettes in the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation. We guarantee high quality products and punctual delivery.
You can require the calculation of biofuels delivery filling out the form on the left.