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Is Woody Biomass Fuel Making a Comeback?
A.M. Logging discusses the feasibility of woody biomass fuel becoming a main fuel source
By: A.M. Logging
Woody biomass fuel, otherwise known as biomass fuel, wood fuel chips, dry fuel chips, green fuel chips or hog fuel, is used to create thermal energy through combustion. This combustion occurs within a boiler typically found in schools, hospitals, prisons or other large campuses.
A.M. Logging would like Pennsylvanians to know that boilers are not one-size-fits-
In previous energy crunches, many Pennsylvanians returned to their old boiler systems to combat the increasing energy costs – will this once again be the case?
If it is, A.M. Logging states that they are able to provide woody biomass fuel to Pennsylvanians during this uncertain time. They are even willing to deliver woody biomass fuel directly to Pennsylvania businesses, whether it be a one-time delivery or on a regular schedule.
A.M. Logging wants Pennsylvanians to be able to comfortably power their businesses and campuses, even as prices continue to rise.
In Pennsylvania, will boilers be brought back online or will new, more efficient systems be installed? While these answers are not yet known, A.M. Logging remains prepared for any outcome to support their fellow Pennsylvanians.
A.M. Logging is proud to serve Pennsylvania with premium services and quality products while keeping their environmental impact to a minimum. They work with each client to determine their goals and work out a plan to accomplish the project, whether that's clearing land, harvesting trees or building roads. To learn more about A.M. Logging's commitment to providing woody biomass fuel to Pennsylvania, visit the blog at https://www.amlogging.com/