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ENplus was first introduced in Germany in 2010 and since then, the certification enjoyed a rapid growth across Europe. As of July 2016, pellet producers from Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Belarus, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam are producing ENplus pellets, representing over 6 million certified tonnes in a total of 40 countries on 5 continents.

The ENplus quality seal accounts for the whole wood pellet supply chain – from production to delivery to the final customer, therefore ensuring high quality as well as transparency.

Our Wood Pellets are produced in three grades:

- EN-A1 pellets are made from virgin timber.
- EN-A2 pellets are made from wood chip and sawmill residues.
- EN-B pellets are made from recycled clean grade A pallet wood sourced from local suppliers in the Midlands.

We have extensive experience in working with customers to establish which grade of pellet is most appropriate for their installation. Discuss your requirements with Julian Ackerley by calling 01384 413 321.

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ENplus standard administered in the UK by the UK Pellet Council. To learn more visit the UK Pellet Council website.
Visit the ENplus website to learn more about the ENplus Certification regime.


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Biomass Supplier List Approved

Phoenix Wood Pellets are certified as sustainable by OFGEM under the Biomass Suppliers List.

Manufactured from English wood, sourced from clean wood pallets and sawmill residues, a Phoenix Wood Pellet is a regional product. In the manufacture of the Phoenix Wood Pellet close attention is paid to making our pellets consumer friendly - low dust levels, low moisture content and high calorific values are our key aims.

The Biomass Energy Centre calculates that the use of recycled wood products generates a saving of over 80% of the CO2 required to produce ENA1+ pellets ( 4kg/GJ versus 22kg/GJ).

Visit the BSL website to learn more about the Biomass Supplier List.