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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...

Tiny Changes: Goodbye Plastic

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You may have thought to yourself lately, “EcoFuel haven’t done anything to improve the sustainability of their supply chain in ages!” and I guess that would be fair...

Tiny Changes: We're Going Paper Free

by Leanne Conroy on

If you're keeping up to date with all things EcoFuel then you know the drill at this point! If not here's a quick recap: we're making changes internally...

Tiny Changes: Pallet Lids

by Leanne Conroy on

So as you may know we’re embarking on some Tiny Changes to make the planet better and to make our customer experience better So far we’ve spread the...

Tiny Changes: WEEE Drop Off

by Leanne Conroy on

As you’ve probably seen we’re making a few tiny changes to how we work to make a lot of difference to our customers, our staff and processes, and...

Tiny Changes: Wildflower Bombs

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Part of our Tiny Changes project is trying to make the world a greener and more environmentally appealing place. So while some of our changes are about making...

Tiny Changes: Quality Assurance Tags

by Leanne Conroy on

With Autumn setting in and Winter around the corner we’re prepping ourselves for our busy season! While getting ready we asked ourselves, how can we up our game...

This is our plastic-free Eco Briquettes story

by Leanne Conroy on - 2 Comments

In the EcoFuel family, we have a handful of key values and beliefs that we go by in both our personal and professional lives. We believe it's nice...

PiniKay - A Brief History of Fire

by Janis Vitols on

PiniKay eco logs might just accelerate the transition back to sustainable fuels. The 'PiniKay' turns waste wood from sawmills into dense log-shaped briquettes that burn long and hot like coal and...

We're All Drinking Plastic

by Janis Vitols on

Like most things that are destroying this tiny planet we call home, plastic started out as a miracle material. It was cheap to make, lightweight, durable, and transparent,...