CARBON COMPOST COMPANY - SUPPORTING BRITISH CHARCOAL
Due to the increasing use of barbecues, the demand for charcoal is rapidly rising.
The overwhelming proportion of charcoal used in this country is imported. This affects our balance of payments
and the freight miles contribute to the global production of carbon dioxide.
Add to this the fact that foreign charcoal, in lots of cases, is made from non-sustainable forests, unsuitable soft woods and adulterated with petrochemicals to make it burn. On the other hand, it is usually much cheaper than British Charcoal.
British charcoal is made from sustainable hardwood and is additive free. It burns better and for longer,
gives a more controllable heat and imparts a better flavour to whatever you are cooking.
It is more expensive to buy but gives back value due to the above virtues.
Up until now, the smaller pieces of charcoal (fines) were of no use and following sieving, were dumped in a pile and left to degrade. The Carbon Compost Company now buys the previously unwanted fines for its production of carbon compost.
This, for the charcoal burners, means that each burn gives them more revenue and makes them more competitive.
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