Split Jarrah Firewood (cubic)
450KG per cubic meter
100% Jarrah (Euc. Marginata)
Produced following Australian standards and regulations
Loaded with verified measuring instruments (2 cubic per tonne)
GUARANTEED MINIMAL MOISTURE CONTENT
Burns hot with limited ash residue
Optional larger piece size availabe
Clean with a consistent cut-size
Sustainably harvested timber
Split and tumbled
Easy to handle
For more information about how we store and sell Firewood please refer to the Forest Products (FPC) website or click here
Wood Burning and Carbon Footprint
You hear a lot about carbon footprint these days, meaning how much carbon a given activity adds or subtracts from the atmosphere. The effect of burning wood is close to neutral with regards to carbon.
As they grow, trees remove carbon from the atmosphere. That carbon is released into the atmosphere when we burn a log. But trees are a renewable resource. The trees growing to replace the tree we burned will reclaim the carbon from the air.
Burning in a fireplace is a rapid form of oxidation. Rotting on a forest floor is also oxidation, just slower.
Because oil and gas are used to harvest the wood, the carbon footprint isn’t entirely neutral, but it’s pretty small.