Experts Tell Us the Best Environmentally Friendly Fire Logs

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Environmentally Friendly Fire Logs. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Pine Mountain 6PK 2HR Trad Fire Log

This product was recommended by Sharon Dylan from Management Help LLC

The Pine Mountain 6PK 2HR Trad Fire Log is one of the most environment-friendly fire logs on the market. This is because they are made of a nutshell, recycled hardwood, and molasses. When burned, it produces 80% less carbon monoxide, as well as 75% less particulate matter, as compared to traditional fire logs. The logs are individually wrapped in paper for easy handling and easy lighting.

Green Mountain Firewood Log Bundles

This product was recommended by Rob Greene from Price of Meat

Green Mountain FireWood only uses one hundred percent replenishable wood that hasn’t been treated with any chemicals, so it’s brightly and naturally with almost no smoke and smells the way that camp fire and log-burning stove fuel should. They’re as natural, and eco-friendly, as fire logs get.

Billy Buckskin Co. Kiln Dried Kindling Wood Sticks

This product was recommended by Nick from SootMaster

Coal and unseasoned wood are both sources of the PM2.5 pollutant which is the most serious air pollutant for human health, according to the World Health Organization. At Sootmaster, we encourage you to control the amount of pollution you create. To do this, you should start by using seasoned wood. Whether you’re purchasing your wood or cutting and curing it yourself, wood being burned in a fireplace should contain 20% moisture or less. With over 30 years of experience, we know that the most effective way to check this is with a moisture meter. If you don’t have access to a meter, you can also try knocking two pieces together and a hollow sound should be produced. When purchasing firewood, look for a tag that states “READY TO BURN,” and when purchasing briquettes or fire logs, they should state “SUITABLE TO USE IN SMOKE CONTROLLED AREAS.”. By making the conscious decision to burn seasoned firewood, you are making a better decision for your bank account, your health, and the environment.

Duraflame Cowboy Gold Fire Log

This product was recommended by Rousseau Vestal from Find The Aisle

They burn really effectively. The family found it simpler thanks to this device to stay warm during the bitterly cold winter. Both storage and use are straightforward. Zero chemical odour is released. Nice flame quality; starts easily; burns for around three hours. Easily lit and has a long lifespan. I use it in the fireplace with real logs to help light the flames and maintain the fire.

Enviro-Log Earth Friendly Fire Log

This product was recommended by Phillip Villegas from Three Pedal Mafia

Logs function well and are lightweight. Not at bit like other companies’ scents, so pure. I like it. These burn really hot. Wonderful for a campfire and secure for roasting marshmallows. Smoke is clean when it was minimal. Just keep in mind that the package’s stated 6 burning hours apply to the entire box, not to individual log.

Bio-bean Coffee Logs – Eco-Friendly Fire Logs

This product was recommended by John Webber from Carved

These fire logs are environmentally friendly. Additionally these fire logs are made by using the grounds of coffee. These fire logs are 20% more efficient than kiln dried woods. You can use it easily in multi-fuel stoves and log burners. In each pack you will have @6 logs. These logs are packed in reusable bags, not ordinary plastic bags.

NEW Enviro-Log Environment Friendly Fire starters

This product was recommended by John Webber from Carved

Significantly, these logs are environmentally friendly and are considered a quality product. Moreover, these logs are manufactured by using recycled wax cardboard. It provides 50% more heat as compared to ordinary wood. It consists of six fire logs in each pack. These are made in Georgia.

Pine Mountain Java Logs

This product was recommended by Bianca Trembley from The Best Calgary

Pine Mountain 3-Hour Firelogs light quickly and easily with big flames. They are inspired by nature and crafted from natural and renewable ingredients. It is the company’s mission to bring you nature-inspired products that make it easy to nestle up to a cozy fire, in the fireplace or around the campfire, with a simple strike of a match. These fire logs burn cleaner and greener than firewood and cordwood.

Clean Flame Fire Logs

This product was recommended by Ram Chaitanya from Be Zen

These fire logs are made using a loop-recycling process. Only 100% recycled food-grade wax cardboard containers are used in making them. It releases less creosote and carbon monoxide while burning, and produces 50% more heat than wood. It’s a brilliant choice for indoor fireplaces. This pack comprises 6 logs, and they burn for 3-4 hours.

EcoFire ECO Coconut Natural Fire Log

This product was recommended by Ram Chaitanya from Be Zen

Made from 100% coconut shells, pine trees, and coconut oil, these fire logs are some of the cleanest. They’re super easy to light. A small con is that one log only burns for an hour. But it’s pretty budget-friendly and offers clean heat so that definitely be overlooked.

Zorestar Birch Firewood Wood Logs

This product was recommended by Alexa Justine Callada from Stayyy

Zorestar Birch Firewood is a natural firewood that is split and seasoned for the perfect fire. It has a strong, sweet smell of birch and a light, clean smoke. It is made from selected birch wood with no chemicals or additives. It is split and seasoned to create an easy-to-light fire that has a sweet smell of birch and produces light, clean smoke. This Firewood 15-20 lbs is the perfect firewood for your fireplace or campfire. It burns clean and contains a lot of heat.

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