Brighton Tree Specialists supports BIOMASS, turning their arboriculture waist into renewable fuel energy.
Helping customers reduce their carbon footprint
Biomass is a type of fuel that produces energy by burning plant and animal matter such as trees, animal by-products, and general waste products.
Wood remains the most commonly used biomass fuel, and is used to power systems that typically convert the energy into heat for water and space heating.
In terms of both installation and running costs, biomass has the lowest capital cost of all renewable energy technologies. Wood fuel is also a carbon neutral resource and can make a significant contribution to meeting the UK's commitment to reducing CO2 emissions.
Waste-to-energy is an alternative to fossil fuels and provides an important contribution towards reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill and reducing greenhouse gas emissions