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Understanding Recycling This Christmas

by Leanne Conroy on

As we all know, celebrating Christmas leads to a lot of rubbish! Wrapping paper, toy boxes, Christmas crackers, and even a whole lot of food waste. The expectation...

Goodbye Black Friday; Hello Trees

by Leanne Conroy on

Black Friday is a strange one isn’t it? It’s an American tradition designed to drive consumerism that has spread globally due to ecommerce, and now is nearly the...

COP 26

by Leanne Conroy on - 1 Comment

COP26: It’s quite the buzz word at the minute isn’t it, cropping up every time you switch on the news or look at a newspaper. But what’s it...

Find Us In B&Q

by Leanne Conroy on

We’ve been keeping a secret the past couple of months… It’s all we’ve been talking about in our Ops, Sales, and Marketing meetings behind the scenes and FINALLY...

Our Big Galway Move

by Leanne Conroy on

So you may have heard a little bit about us moving our HQ… In 2014 we started our EcoFuel journey from the Ballybane Industrial Estate, it was just...

Hey EcoFamily, This One's For You

by Janis Vitols on

Hey, EcoFamily!It's was good to see you all again! What a beautiful memories and thank you to you all for taking part in our team building event. I have to...

The (new) State of Solid Fuel - New 2022 Regulations

by Marc Eglon on - 1 Comment

This week, Ireland turned a corner and announced new regulations for burning solid fuel from September 2022. The big idea… The standards target the most polluting fuels in...

Have You Met John?

by Leanne Conroy on - 1 Comment

As you know, we're on a bit of a mission to set some new standards for others to follow, and that starts with making the fuel industry more sustainable. To...

Open Fire Cooking: Traditional Fish Soup

by Leanne Conroy on

The town of Baja in Hungary has a poorly kept secret… Once a year they host an amazing festival dedicated to the humble fish soup. I know what...

Sustainability Certification: What It Means, Why We Bother

by Leanne Conroy on

You’re here because you care about how we source our wood, which is great. After all, we really care about how we source our wood and wood (I tried, I...