wood-burning


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Adj.1.wood-burning - fueled by wood; "a wood-burning stove'
fueled - heated, driven, or produced by burning fuel
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What's to prevent wood-burning and sinking shafts and drifting along bed-rock?
However, it appears that the UK Government wants many of us to use wood-burning stoves, fires etc and, even here in Wales, a wood-burning power plant which devours an incredible amount of wood.
A Boston investment firm says it wants to tear down the former Big Energy facility in Hopkinton and build in its place a $100 million wood-burning power plant along with 20 acres of greenhouses.
ECO conscious householder Pauline Osborne has installed a wood-burning stove at her 1960s Marton home.
Unfortunately, wood-burning fireplaces aren't environmentally sound (burning wood emits 30 percent of the San Francisco Bay Area's wintertime air pollution).
The college also converted to a wood-burning heating system from electric heat in 2002.
Electric fireplaces do not need a venting system and provide auxiliary heat without some of the problems of wood-burning fireplaces.
A chimney was set on fire after a wood-burning stove burned out of control.
An un-vented wood-burning fireplace would be efficient too ...
But, if you must, please make sure it's dry, seasoned wood, and only burn in an EPA-certified wood-burning device.
The sale of wood-burning appliances has increased 112 percent since 1992, according to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association (HPBA).
Glass panels pivot up and down automatically to control airflow, and the house is heated by a wood-burning boiler fuelled by biomass from the site.