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Burning peat has its advantages it’s a renewable fuel it has natural deposits around the world and it is ecologically sound if used in moderation

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  • About Irish Peat  Siobháns Irish Fire Logs

    About Irish Peat Siobháns Irish Fire Logs

    The resulting peat brick or briquette as they are commonly known is a fuel that is virtually smokeless slowburning and easy to store and transport Briquettes are widely used to heat homes and business throughout the country

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  • Burning Peat  The Peat Company

    Burning Peat The Peat Company

    The Peat Company Suppliers and authorised distributors of Scottish Peat for Fuel Peat has traditionally been used for cooking and heating for centuries Enjoy burning real Scottish peat in your home today youll enjoy the heat and aroma of this good old fashioned product

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  • Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    In the 19th century cutting peat for fuel was an important part of life in Scandinavia and in fenland or moorland regions of England the Netherlands Belgium and Germany In Ireland Scotland and parts of England it was considered very important to keep the fire burning all the time

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  • The peat problem and alternatives  Green Living Tips

    The peat problem and alternatives Green Living Tips

    Jan 02 2011 · When peat is burned it’s like burning coal much of the carbon content in the peat is released as carbon dioxide the greenhouse gas of primary concern in relation to global warming

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  • Peat Fuel Irish Peat for Heating Burning Peat Turf UK

    Peat Fuel Irish Peat for Heating Burning Peat Turf UK

    Peat is very slow burning and will ‘glow’ like coal Mixing fuels with peat will be cheaper than burning coal only are you burning money by using only coal Easy to light and get the fire lit

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  • Burning peat in the stove  Equipment  Canal World

    Burning peat in the stove Equipment Canal World

    Nov 19 2012 · Having spent most of my life campaigning and protesting against the use of peat in fertilisers to protect the rapidly diminishing peat bogs and seeing the success of these campaigns with the large scale adoption of peat free composts I am a bit concerned about the use of peat as a fuel

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  • Multifuel stove  Wikipedia

    Multifuel stove Wikipedia

    Household wood and peatburning stoves have existed since ancient Rome and Greece Peat continues to be burned as heating fuel in eastern Europe During the 1970s peat consumption was as much as 60 million tons per year in the Soviet Union

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  • Burning wood coal or peat  Wood Burning Stoves

    Burning wood coal or peat Wood Burning Stoves

    Peat can also be burnt on Country Kiln Stoves either alone or mixed with other fuels Multifuel is said by many to be the most efficient method of burning in stoves

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  • Peat  Wikipedia

    Peat Wikipedia

    Peat deposits in Southeast Asia could be destroyed by 2040 It is estimated that in 1997 peat and forest fires in Indonesia released between 081 and 257 Gt of carbon equivalent to 13–40 percent of the amount released by global fossil fuel burning and greater than the carbon uptake of the worlds biosphere These fires may be responsible for the acceleration in the increase in carbon dioxide levels

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  • Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    In the 19th century cutting peat for fuel was an important part of life in Scandinavia and in fenland or moorland regions of England the Netherlands Belgium and Germany In Ireland Scotland and parts of England it was considered very important to keep the fire burning all the time

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  • Peat The Forgotten Fossil Fuel  National Geographic Society

    Peat The Forgotten Fossil Fuel National Geographic Society

    Peat is the forgotten fossil fuel While oil coal and natural gas are exported around the world few outside northern Europe are aware of this energy source In certain circumstances peat can be an early stage in coal formation Most of the time however peat is a unique material Wet bricks

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  • Why peat is most damaging fuel in terms of global warming

    Why peat is most damaging fuel in terms of global warming

    Peat is the most damaging fuel in terms of global warming even worse than coal It has a lower calorific value than coal generating less energy per tonne when it is burned and yet it produces

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  • Burning wood coal or peat  Wood Burning Stoves

    Burning wood coal or peat Wood Burning Stoves

    Peat can also be burnt on Country Kiln Stoves either alone or mixed with other fuels Multifuel is said by many to be the most efficient method of burning in stoves

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  • Multi Fuel Stove Buying Guide  Direct Stoves

    Multi Fuel Stove Buying Guide Direct Stoves

    Multi fuel stoves are capable of burning logs coal and smokeless fuel such as anthracite coal and peat or turf briquettes However be sure to only burn one type of fuel at a time Burning wood and coal together for too long can result in fuels that could damage your stove

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  • 12 Countries Predominately Burning Solid Fuels For

    12 Countries Predominately Burning Solid Fuels For

    Mar 14 2019 · World Facts 12 Countries Predominately Burning Solid Fuels For Energy The countries listed herein lack access to nonsolid fuel such as propane and kerosene and instead depend upon wood coal peat and other traditional solid fuels

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  • Multifuel stove  Wikipedia

    Multifuel stove Wikipedia

    A multifuel stove is similar to a woodburning stove in appearance and design Multifuel refers to the capability of the stove to burn wood and also coal wood pellets or peat Stoves that have a grate for the fire to burn on and a removable ash pan are generally considered multifuel stoves

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  • Burning peat in the stove  Equipment  Canal World

    Burning peat in the stove Equipment Canal World

    Nov 19 2012 · Having spent most of my life campaigning and protesting against the use of peat in fertilisers to protect the rapidly diminishing peat bogs and seeing the success of these campaigns with the large scale adoption of peat free composts I am a bit concerned about the use of peat as a fuel

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  • Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Burning Peat UK  Ireland

    Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Burning Peat UK Ireland

    Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Irish Moss Peat Bark Topsoil UK Ireland

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  • Peat  Wikipedia

    Peat Wikipedia

    Peat deposits in Southeast Asia could be destroyed by 2040 It is estimated that in 1997 peat and forest fires in Indonesia released between 081 and 257 Gt of carbon equivalent to 13–40 percent of the amount released by global fossil fuel burning and greater than the carbon uptake of the worlds biosphere These fires may be responsible

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  • Irish Fire Logs  Irish Peat Irish Turf and Fireplace

    Irish Fire Logs Irish Peat Irish Turf and Fireplace

    The Ballydesmond Companys unique product offerings are the perfect complement to any fireplace fire pit barbecue or genuine Irish peat briquettes and traditional Irish turf sods bring the essence of Ireland into your home and our expanding line of home and hearth accessories have been designed to tastefully enhance your fireplace experience

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  • Turf Wars Irish Fighting Ban on Peat  Live Science

    Turf Wars Irish Fighting Ban on Peat Live Science

    Recently enacted European Union regulations as well as Irish law ban the collection of turf from 53 peatbog conservation areas despite the centuriesold tradition of burning peat as a heat source

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  • peat  Description Formation  Uses  Britannica

    peat Description Formation Uses Britannica

    Dried peat burns readily with a smoky flame and a characteristic odour The ash is powdery and light except for varieties that have a high content of inorganic matter Peat is used for domestic heating purposes as an alternative to firewood and forms a fuel suitable for

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  • Specific carbon dioxide emissions of various fuels

    Specific carbon dioxide emissions of various fuels

    Even natural fuels such as wood or peat have high specific emissions if they are not used sustainable Hence deforestation has a high impact on climate change On the other hand if we only use as much wood as can grow again it is carbon dioxide neutral because it binds as much carbon dioxide during growing as is emits during burning

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  • Why peat is most damaging fuel in terms of global warming

    Why peat is most damaging fuel in terms of global warming

    Peat is the most damaging fuel in terms of global warming even worse than coal It has a lower calorific value than coal generating less energy per tonne when it is burned and yet it produces

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  • Peat as fuel rocket mass heater forum at permies

    Peat as fuel rocket mass heater forum at permies

    I remember the smell of burning peat on the beach at our bonfire made from peat near Glen Head There is plenty of smoke from peat so I would think it would work in a RMH just fine You can always dry stack some bricks in a rocket pattern and test fire it and you should see if it will work but Im thinking it will work fine I think I would go with a batch burn though because you get those

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  • Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Burning Peat UK  Ireland

    Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Burning Peat UK Ireland

    Peat fuel Multi Purpose Compost Irish Moss Peat Bark Topsoil UK Ireland

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  • Multi Fuel Stove Buying Guide  Direct Stoves

    Multi Fuel Stove Buying Guide Direct Stoves

    What Can I Burn in a Multi Fuel Stove Multi fuel stoves are capable of burning logs coal and smokeless fuel such as anthracite coal and peat or turf briquettes However be sure to only burn one type of fuel at a time Burning wood and coal together for

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  • Minimising the impacts of peat smoke

    Minimising the impacts of peat smoke

    Unlike vegetation fires peat fires burn fuel sources buried deep underground As a result they are almost impossible to extinguish without reestablishing the natural water levels of the area The use of various firefighting techniques has been investigated by the DPAW and the DFES

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  • How does peat burn since it is just soil Can any soil

    How does peat burn since it is just soil Can any soil

    Feb 24 2019 · Can any soil burn or be used as a fuel source NO Peat is a very special type of soil that develops in bogs You can liken peat to an early form of fossil fuel an early form of crude oil or natural gas it just hasn’t had enough time to develop to the levels

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