Wood is a renewable, carbon-neutral form of energy. The burning of wood pellets to produce energy or heat has become an increasingly popular form of sustainable energy. A large amount of forest residuals remains either on the forest floor or is rejected by high-end wood product manufacturers. These leftover residuals are ideal for creating a sustainable resource for biomass fuel production.

What Is Biomass Fuel?

Biomass fuel comes from renewable and sustainable energy sources created from organic materials. Wood pellets and wood chips, such as what we produce at our facilities in Arkansas and Missouri, are examples of renewable and sustainable energy sources.

Why Use Biomass Fuels?

Biomass fuels are an excellent way to create green energy! With properly managed forests, this type of waste material will always exist. Using biomass fuels to heat your home or cook your food creates a cycle of renewable and sustainable energy.