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  • For climate s sake save the peat

    19 06 2021  Burning peat for fuel or through peatland fires emits carbon and other greenhouse gases directly into the air along with particulate matter and other pollutants Peat is also used as a growing medium for gardening although not a good one.

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Peat in Whisky

    18 12 2017  Mankind has been burning dried peat as a freely available source of fuel for thousands of years predominantly to satisfy the need for heat and cooking It s that same burning peat smoke that is revealed in peated whisky Where There s Smoke Peat is used during one stage of the whisky making process only the kilning of the malt.

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  • Smoke control areas the rules

    08 10 2020  Many parts of the UK are smoke control areas where you cannot emit smoke from a chimney unless you re burning an authorised fuel or using exempt appliances for example burners or stoves.

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  • Peat in Scotland

    Burning Peat And Kindling Kinross Perth and Kinross For Sale Fuel for Multifuel Stoves 3 Bags Shetland Burning Peat 1 Bag of Kindling Gives very good heat Get prepared for winter

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  • David Suzuki For climate s sake save the peat

    16 06 2021  Burning peat for fuel or through peatland fires emits carbon and other greenhouse gases directly into the air along with particulate matter and other pollutants.

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  • What fuel is suitable for my stove

    Our stoves are suitable for use with wood peat coal coke and smokeless fuel smoke control areas our multi fuel stoves are suitable for use with smokeless fuels which will be the only fuel your local coal man can legally sell you .Smokeless Fuels suitable for use in Smoke Control Areas in a Country Kiln Stove

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  • Burning wood coal or peat

    Mixing fuels You can also mix fuels cheaper coal and wood mixed or cheaper coal and a slightly more expensive coal Peat can also be burnt on Country Kiln Stoves either alone or mixed with other fuels Multi fuel is said by many to be the most efficient method of burning in stoves.

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  • Ban peatland burning

    28 10 2020  But the International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN UK Peatland Programme which aims to promote peatland restoration recommends burning should not occur on peatlands Flood It says available evidence indicates burning on peatland can result in damage to species the habitat peat soils and functioning systems and that healthy peatlands do not require burning

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  • Why Aren t You Burning Peat Briquettes

    13 09 2017  Peat briquettes burn extremely hot and as a result we recommend only using one briquette at a time but the upside is that those briquettes hold a lot of energy and release it more steadily than firewood with the burn potentially lasting even longer You can even use peat briquettes to keep your stove burning overnight.

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  • VMD0013 Estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from

    Estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from biomass and peat burning E–BPB Version 1.1 9 March 2015 Sectoral Scope 14 VMD0013 Version 1.1 Sectoral Scope 14 Module developed by Page 2 VMD0013 Version 1.1 Sectoral Scope 14 Table of Contents

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  • Cautious welcome for new solid fuels rules 07 September

    07 09 2021  Coal coal based products any manufactured solid fuel or peat briquettes will be required to have a smoke emission rate of less than 10g/hour reducing to 5g/hour by 2025 It is not proposed to make any changes to the smoke emission rate for biomass products that contain coal as this is already set at 5g/hour.

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  • Pros and Cons of Various Types of Solid Fuel for Boilers

    15 05 2018  Peat fuel briquettes Those who are planning to buy compressed peat as a fuel it should be borne in mind that the quality of briquettes from it can be different Some crumble when burning emit an unpleasant smell and after combustion leave a lot of ash.

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  • Burning peat in Ireland An electricity market dispatch

    01 08 2009  Peat usage for electricity generation declined at a slower rate dropping by 26.4 in the period 1990–2006 Its share of the overall fuel mix declined from 19.5 in 1990 to 8.5 in 2006 During this period 8 old peat stations were closed totalling 232 MW and these were replaced by 343 MW of newer plant.

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  • Peat Is The Most Damaging Fuel In Terms Of Global Warming

    27 10 2018  In fact peat heat emissions accounted for 9 of carbon emissions from total Irish fossil fuel use coal oil gas peat It s agreed that phasing out the heat component of peat should help make a huge difference to Ireland s carbon emissions and na

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  • For climate s sake save the peat

    16 06 2021  Burning peat for fuel or through peatland fires emits carbon and other greenhouse gases directly into the air along with particulate matter and other pollutants Peat is also used as a growing medium for gardening although not a good one.

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  • Blog Yorkshire UK

    Peat Fuel for Lime Burning Ever since earliest times man has dug peat for fuel used during the manufacture of lime for agricultural use and for the making of lime mortar for building work Throughout the limestone Yorkshire Dales numerous lime kilns of various configurations square circular with rounded or flattened arches were constructed from the local rock.

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  • Smoky coal ban for whole country but no move on peat

    08 09 2021  By 2025 the smoke content of such fuels must drop by half in a further move to dissuade solid fuel use and improve air quality burning or sale of sod peat however.

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  • Why you shouldn t use peat for gardening

    16 06 2021  Burning peat for fuel or through peatland fires emits carbon and other greenhouse gases directly into the air along with particulate matter and other pollutants.

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  • Why Aren t You Burning Peat Briquettes

    13 09 2017  Peat briquettes burn extremely hot and as a result we recommend only using one briquette at a time but the upside is that those briquettes hold a lot of energy and release it more steadily than firewood with the burn potentially lasting even longer You can even use peat briquettes to keep your stove burning overnight.

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  • What Exactly Is Peat and How Did it Get in My Whisky

    Since the 1950s the use of peat as a home fuel has dropped off but it s now a commodity prized by certain scotch makers looking for a particular powerful flavor profile Peat used to be cut

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  • Peatland A burning issue

    27 05 2020  The law states that heather burning must not be carried out between 15 April and 31 August and areas where peat depth exceeds 0.5m and land protected by designation should not be burnt Burning during the nesting season is also an offence under the Wildlife Order 1985 and farmers and the public need to be careful and report any wildfires immediately to the

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  • The Bizarre Peaty Science of Arctic Wildfires

    29 07 2019  Many of them are burning through peat Peatlands cover 1.3 million square miles around the world storing the same amount of carbon you d get from burning fossil fuels

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  • Can you burn peat in a fireplace

    Burning peat has its advantages it s a renewable fuel it has natural deposits around the world and it is ecologically sound if used in moderation These peat chunks are drying in Francis basement an essential step because of the newly gathered material s very high water content.

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  • Scottish Peat For Multi Fuel Stoves

    Once you try burning traditional Scottish peat in your home we re sure that you ll enjoy the heat and aroma of this good old fashioned product so much that you ll ever want to use any other product in your open fire or stove again Peat is a natural product that has been used as a fuel

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  • Guide To Solid Fuels

    19 11 2017  We haven t tried them here yet but some customers swear by the unique aroma that burning peat gives Peat is not suitable for use in Smoke Control areas COAL People have used coal as fuel for thousands of years there are indications that it was employed in Britain during the Bronze Age 3000 2000BC .

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  • Irish Peat Briquettes

    This brand of peat briquettes have been Ireland s favourite solid fuel for over 60 years Bord Na Mona s Irish Peat Briquettes are a great alternative to logs and coal They are easy to light have a long burn time and a high heat output The peat is made from 100 natural products making them suitable for open fires and stoves.

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  • Estimating doses from exposure to contaminated air when

    Peat and wood can be used as fuel for heating and electricity production They can like any other biological material contain radionuclides if these are present in the surrounding environment When burning radioactive peat or wood radionuclides maybe released into the air leading to a radiation dose to humans when exposed to the smoke.

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  • Global Peatlands Initiative

    As with other fossil fuels organic matter and the carbon it has absorbed are compressed over millions of years condensing the solar energy obtained through photosynthesis Because of their stored energy dried peat bricks have long been burned for fuel

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  • The complete guide to peat and peated whisky

    28 12 2020  Cut from the ground by hand usually no more than a metre or so from the surface and then allowed to dry out peat is a slow burning fuel that can be burned to give off heat In the case of peats found in Scotland and Ireland burning peat gives off a

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  • How long do peat briquettes burn for

    Burning Peat A Renewable Fuel Burning peat has its advantages it s a renewable fuel it has natural deposits around the world and it is ecologically sound if used in moderation These peat chunks are drying in Francis basement an essential step because of the newly gathered material s very high water content.

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  • Burning Peat

    17 09 2021  The burning of peat puts little sulfur into the air Peat has about the same energy content per unit dry weight as low grade coal and somewhat more energy than wood Yet like wood peat is bulky and difficult to transport economically This means that peat must be utilized rather close to its source One problem with peat is its high water

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  • Most Finns support a ban on peat burning poll suggests

    11 09 2019  The story cites a recent survey conducted for the 15 newspaper syndicate that suggests that 62 percent of Finnish residents would like Finland to end the practice of using peat for fuel either quickly or by weaning off burning the natural resource gradually Just 18 percent of the 1 000 odd respondents to the mid August poll said they opposed

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  • Can you burn peat

    People also ask can you burn peat in a wood burning stove Peat briquettes can be burned on open fires multi fuel stoves and wood burning stoves making it a highly versatile fuel source. Secondly what is a peat fire ABOUT PEAT FIRES Peat fires are a glowing global threat with serious economic and ecological impacts Peat fires usually burn a smaller area than fast

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  • The Arctic is burning like never before

    10 09 2020  Fires that burn in peatland can be too low intensity for satellite sensors to capture The problem with peat How much this year s Arctic

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  • Peat Briquettes Suppliers

    15 30 100 per page Our eco friendly range of briquettes are specially designed for fire lovers We want you to know that replenishable fuels for your fire are available With peat briquettes as well as coffee logs we have plenty of choice for you There are also bracken briquettes too

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  • A just transition for the peat industry can speed Finland

    23 06 2020  The burning of peat fuel is currently responsible for nearly 12 per cent of Finland s total greenhouse gas emissions while employment in the industry accounts for 0.1 per cent of the Finnish workforce and the share of added value produced by Finland s economy is

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  • Peat

    Peat GLOSSOP FIREWOOD AND FUEL SUPPLIERS ARE PROUD TO BE THE LEADING SUPPLIERS OF PEAT IN THE AREA PEAT IS ONE OF THE CHEAPEST FUELS ON THE MARKET TODAY AS ITS CLEAN TO HANDLE AND GIVES OFF A DISTINCTIVE AROMA WHEN BURNING PEAT IS BECOMING A MORE AND MORE POPULAR PRODUCT.

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  • Why peat is good for the climate and nature a guide

    21 02 2019  Peat sometimes called peat moss is a life saver worth its weight in bags of gold But peatlands across the world are disappearing fast Governments allow peat to be dug up for garden compost or burned as fuel And the UK allows the scandalous practice of burning of grouse moorlands to manage these landscapes.

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  • Chemical characterization of fine particulate matter

    peat burned are used to estimate that 3.2–11Tg of PM2 5 was emitted to atmosphere during the 2015 El Niño peatland fire event in Indonesia Combined with gas phase measure were chemically speciated for ˘90 gas phase species and ˘70 particulate phase species.

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  • The long slow burn of smouldering peat mega fires

    Peat soils are made by the natural accumulation of partially decayed biomass and are the largest reserves of terrestrial organic carbon Because of this vast accumulation of fuel once ignited smouldering peat fires burn for very long periods of time e.g months years despite extensive rains weather changes or fire fighting attempts.

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  • BBC NEWS

    26 02 2003  Peat bogs have been a vital fuel source for centuries Humans have been putting highly toxic chemicals into the environment by burning peat for centuries scientists say Today large amounts of these dioxins are released from waste incinerators but research shows we have been exposed to these toxins since even before the industrial revolution.

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    Peat has been used as a form of energy for at least 2 000 years It was useful as an alternative to firewood for cooking and heating in temperate and boreal regions of Europe in particular Ireland England the Netherlands Germany Sweden Poland Finland and the USSR The increasing use of gas and oil as cooking and heating fuels during the

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