Wood Pellets and the Wood Pellet Mill
Wood pellets are a compressed form of wood residue predominantly used for pellet fuel, wood pellets are made in a wood pellet mill under high pressure. Wood pellets have a uniform shape, size and density and are ideal for automatic combustion systems such as pellet stoves and boilers. Fuel pellets can also be made from other biomass materials, such as sawdust, particle, straw, etc.
Wood pellets are not only carbon neutral, they can also be carbon negative by using the ash as a fertilizer.
Wood pellets are carbon neutral as they are part of the current carbon cycle, and new tree's absorb the carbon from burnt wood pellets. Wood pellets also are a renewable form of energy unlike fossil fuels such as oil.