What are briquettes?
Briquettes are becoming more popular in the UK but there is still plenty of confusion about what they actually are.Read More >
Delivering Wood Fuel in Edinburgh
Like many UK cities, Edinburgh has a growing number of wood burning stoves being installed and we deliver wood fuel in Edinburgh regularly.Read More >
Which briquette to choose?
Customers often walk into our depot and are amazed at the number of different fuels on display, particularly briquettes, of which there may be up to a dozen different types at any one time.Read More >
A cold, wet Sunday and the floodwaters are rising, but here in Hobbitland there's a warm, delicious aroma and the promise of hot soup soon!Read More >
Why burn briquettes on your stove?
On 10th October 2015 there was an excellent article, written by Miles Brignall, in The Guardian.Read More >
Explaining wood briquettes to guests
It's fun when a new visitor to the house spots the log basket next to the stove.Read More >
The dangers of burning damp wood
What are the dangers of burning damp wood? We are sometimes asked why we don't sell more logs rather than briquettes.Read More >
Patio briquette burners beat midges!
We had our first barbecue of the summer the other night and all went well until the wind dropped.Read More >
Revolutionary! This fuel will transform heating…
OK, we thought the blocks were good...but that was before we trialled the revolutionary softwood and hardwood log briquettes!Read More >
The Heating Revolution…wood blocks rock!
A Heating Revolution! The perfect fuel for a woodstove is very dry, gives off plenty of heat, burns for a long time and is very affordable.Read More >
Merry Christmas from the Wood Fuel Co-op!
Christmas is fast approaching and the fuel is flying out of the door!Read More >
The gift of warmth for Christmas
Looking for an original and very practical Christmas gift for someone with an open fire or a multifuel stove?Read More >
Lighting and burning wood briquettes
Lighting and burning. Using wood briquettes is different from burning logs.Read More >
Who will be our 100th member?
Who will be our 100th member? When we started the Wood Fuel Co-operative just over a year ago, we felt sure that there would be a demand for highly efficient, affordable wood fuel.Read More >
How will Climate Change affect our woodlands?
Climate Change. Floods block roads and seemingly endless days of rain disrupt our lives.Read More >
Is there a solution for Ash Dieback in the UK?
This morning several newly discovered cases of Chalara fraxinia, the ash dieback fungal disease, have been announced in Scotland.Read More >
Can you be hot and green at the same time?
What do wood fuel customers want from their fuel? Low price, high calorific value, clean and easily handled or eco-friendly credentials?Read More >
A feel of autumn in the air, as we stock up on wood fuel
There was a definite feel of autumn in the air yesterday as the Wood Fuel Co-op team tidied up after the so-called 'summer' season of shows and country fairs.Read More >
Quick fires for summer downpours
The wet weather is becoming a real drag...plants are suffering, the chooks are miserable and today the wind is making it chilly and unpleasant outside.Read More >
How green is your wood?
When I wrote the title 'How Green is Your Wood?' I originally meant to talk about how crucial the moisture content of logs is to getting efficient heat from themRead More >
Using a heatwave to best advantage
ot weather in Scotland, the very last thing on our minds is planning how to stay warm next winter!Read More >
Hotmax is a bit hit with wood fuel testers
Yesterday our first consignment of Hotmax wood briquettes arrived from Northumberland - and within minutes we were setting fire to it, keen to see how it performs.Read More >
Summer’s over…dogs hurry back to the stove side!
Zara the GSP is disgusted! After a blissful week of sunbathing, and having been convinced that summer had come at last, she just heard the Met Office forecast of snow and sleet - nooooo!!!!Read More >
Briquettes for the BBQ!
The warmer weather has brought out another call for research by the wood fuel testing team...to try out wood briquettes on the barbecue!Read More >