Ready to Burn the hot topic on the airwaves

Bruce Allen, CEO of HETAS, and Helen Bentley-Fox, Director of Woodsure, were recently interviewed about the Ready to Burn certification scheme. This coverage was shared on 190 radio stations in over 500 pieces from a variety of local and national stations across the country. Including, national commercial stations like Total Hits, The Jazz UK and Read More…

Safety advice for holiday properties

With lockdown measures easing across the UK, we want to ensure holiday properties with wood-burning or multifuel stoves are ready for visitors. As the solid fuel safety organisation, we are advising that appliances are checked, and chimneys swept before guests arrive this year. Safety measures We recommend you have your chimney swept at least twice Read More…

Evolve Home Energy Solutions and ECOE free webinar series

Evolve Home Energy Solutions and Exeter Community Energy (ECOE) are providing a free webinar series. These will have information to help make homes more energy-efficient. The webinars will take place over two days. The first session will cover the government’s Green Homes Grant scheme and how to find quality installers. Then we will be introducing Read More…

The impact of wood burning stoves on air pollution

What we have to say… Recently, we have read a few articles about wood burning stoves and their impact on air pollution. Following the development of various research projects, we can see it is difficult for scientists to cover in their studies, the wide variety of issues that can have an impact on air pollution, with a particular focus on Read More…

BSRIA report

Back in February Defra published their response on their cleaner domestic burning of solid fuels and wood consultation. In conjunction with the announcement was a BSRIA report commissioned by HETAS (on behalf of Defra). The report identifies the useful heat output of a series of solid fuels selected from typical fuels available to the public.