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Energy efficiency and environmental sustainability.

The combustion of wood and wood pellets contributes to achieving the objectives set by the Kyoto Protocol for the reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. In fact, biomasses are among the natural resources to draw upon to meet the energy needs of humanity. They constantly reproduce due to the combined action of the sun, carbon dioxide, water and mineral salts. If used at a rate not exceeding the capacity of biological renewal, they can be considered primary renewable resources, and therefore unlimited over time.
Ecology means precisely this: maintaining the balance between man and nature, but also focusing on efficiency, quality, functionality and convenience.

 

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