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Environmental commodity


Pellets are a biomass fuel (pure material) made from processed, dried natural wood, resulting in extremely low moisture content, which enhances the combustion potential of pellets and makes them a renewable and clean energy source. With a small cylindrical shape and solid structure, pellets are compact and easy to manage.


Pellets have a regular geometry, in the form of small cylinders. They are between 6 and 8 millimeters in diameter and between 10 and 40 millimeters in length. They are compacted with low moisture content (MC <10%), allowing for high energy density and efficiency. The regular geometry enables excellent flow, facilitating the automation of commercial and industrial burning processes. They are a renewable energy source that is easy to manage and takes up little space when stored.

Pellets have become an important energy resource. Being a less polluting fuel than petroleum derivatives, they are used by countries that need to reduce their polluting emissions to comply with agreements made in the Kyoto Protocol and ratified at the Climate Change Conference (COP21) which took place in France in December 2015.

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