wood-fired


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Adj.1.wood-fired - fueled by wood; "a wood-burning stove'
fueled - heated, driven, or produced by burning fuel
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The foundation of the workshop, and the success its past participants have enjoyed, is Fire Within's innovative mobile wood-fired pizza oven.
This will become the fourth wood-fired unit of the six units originally designed for 650MW each on coal, but this goes down when wood is the fuel, the amount required for a Draxsized site is quite staggering.
Work Title: Wood-Fired Cooking: Techniques and Recipes for the Grill, Backyard Oven, Fireplace, and Campfire
Coexistence with Fire: Wood-Fired Ceramics by Frank Boyden, 1985-2006
Efforts to install a wood-fired biomass burner at the Fraser Papers mill in Gorham are getting a boost from a group that invests in economic development projects.
"There have been substantial changes in the last 10 to 20 years that make it easier and more convenient to use wood-fired central heat," according to Lloyd Nichols, co-owner of boiler distributor TARM USA, Inc.
Contract award notice: Delivered supply of wood pellets in a blower truck for the supply of 12 collective wood-fired boilers distributed in several of the opac~s heritage 38
A NEW pub and restaurant serving wood-fired pizzas and "adventurous" burgers is set to open in Cardiff city centre in September.
ON July 25 The Chronicle and others told us of the press release of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (the government in fact, the DECC) informing that the 100 megawatt (mw) wood-fired Power Station at Blyth's Battleship Wharf had at long last been 'approved', this involving the highest level of the planning procedure.