Information Sheet 05: Education facilities using wood fuel

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The number of heat plant fuelled by wood pellets or chips in New Zealand (particularly in schools and tertiary education establishments) continues to rise, as do the number of different parties offering installation and conversion services. Compared to coal, there are a number of obvious advantages to using wood pellets or chips, the most obvious of which is that they are a relatively clean burning and sustainable fuel. Added advantages include ease of use, cleaning and maintenance.

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