READYBLAZE launches for UK garden centres

by | Oct 26, 2020 | News | 0 comments

Winter fuel expert Dizmezs Ltd is launching READYBLAZE, a new firewood brand for the UK garden centre market. The brand marries top performance with environmental friendliness. Every piece of timber in its Firewood products is kiln dried to under 20% moisture content level, leading to cleaner, hotter burning and less harmful emissions.

With 25 years’ experience of manufacturing and distributing winter fuels throughout Europe, the READYBLAZE brand represents the new age of Firewood products by offering safer and more efficient Firewood solutions from a carbon neutral source with high capacity in order to supply the UK market.

The new range consists of kiln dried birch hardwood split logs, ideal for use on stoves, open fires and chimineas. In addition to birch logs there are more premium options such as ash, which burn hotter and longer than birch logs. Food grade logs and kindling are available for wood fired cooking. Also available in the range are round heat logs and accessories for the fire such as wood wool firestarters and standard kindling.

READYBLAZE Sustainability pledge

READYBLAZE is committed to sustainable sourcing and is a member of the PEFC Sustainable Forest Management scheme. For every one tree cut down from a sustainable forest, eight additional trees are planted in its place.

READYBLAZE is also a member of the Woodsure ‘Ready to Burn’ initiative to reduce harmful air pollution. All timber is kiln dried to less than 20% moisture levels ensuring cleaner emissions and a higher temperature than timber above 20% moisture levels.

Furthermore, all of the READYBLAZE range packaging is supplied in recyclable polythene bags or recyclable cardboard boxes.

‘Ready to Burn’ and Ready to supply

The UK government guidance now states that consumers should use ‘Ready to Burn’ accredited fuels in order to reduce harmful emissions that you may experience from timber that is above 20% moisture levels.

READYBLAZE is a fully accredited ‘Ready to Burn’ fuel so is fully set up for years of future trading and won’t be affected by the expected law changes in selling non accredited Firewood.

If you would like further details about READYBLAZE, please contact Neil Sims on 07368 617124 or email neil.sims@dizmezs.lv

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