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That is not a small shop...that must be one huge boiler. I agree...good to see a small business doing well.

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It's great that businesses are turning green. Congrats to The Mark Richey co.

All propane for heat here, too. But, we use the heck outta the electricity. My sawdust enriches the surrounding desert. And, for much of the year, the shop and house is passively heated and, very well, thanks to the AZ sun.:) 

Were not green....more like ecru.:lol::D

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Yes and no. They were going to try burning wood scraps at work. After looking into it, the EPA said no.

I think there is more to it than Biomass heat. It may be the state for which you want use it....But I ,will take the time to forward the website and see if  Biomass was discussed...

 

Just separating wood from  trash with metal will  save the company 40k a year.

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I spent a few years as a millwork installer in the Boston area and installed a lot of their product. As well as being a very energy conscious company they turn out a first class product.

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On 11/1/2017 at 4:53 PM, BillyJack said:

Yes and no. They were going to try burning wood scraps at work. After looking into it, the EPA said no.

 

I suspect there may have been more to it than just protecting the environment, possibly protecting the local energy suppliers as well.  Depending on where you are located of course.

 

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