Burning undried wood logs with high water content means that smoke emissions are denser, releasing more pollutants and harmful molecules into the air.

In a bid to reduce air pollution, this accreditation is only given to assured quality woodfuels that meet a DEFRA endorsed criteria. This means fuels have a better burning efficiency and are more environmentally friendly, as well as being better heat generators.

Ready to Burn logs are certified as containing no more than 20% moisture, which results in less smoke, less carbon monoxide and therefore less pollution. Hotmax stands out as having a market-leading moisture content of only 7%, giving consumers confidence in the quality and safety of their woodfuel.

Find out more here at the Ready to Burn website.