100% kiln-dried hardwood sawdust
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
BIO BLOCKS are environmentally friendly,
no trees are harvested. 100% recycled kiln-dried hardwood.
BIO BLOCK Firelogs are made of 100% recycled, kiln-dried hardwood sawdust. Additional chemicals, or additives, are not necessary because wood already contains lignin. This functions as a natural binder when sawdust is compacted under high pressure. Compressed sawdust blocks produce minimal smoke, ash and creosote. Like traditional firewood, compressed firelogs can be used in any wood-burning appliance. BIO BLOCKS are environmentally friendly, providing a clean, convenient alternative to traditional firewood.
WHY USE BIO BLOCKS?
No Trees are harvested,
CONVENIENT & CLEAN
Minimal ash, smoke and creosote
Delivers more BTU’s per pound, 1 ton = 1 1/2 cords of firewood
Delivers more BTU’s per pound,
1 ton = 1 1/2 cords of firewood
Safe for cooking and grilling
No offensive odors
What customers are saying about BIO BLOCKS
I’ve found that BIO BLOCKS burn hotter, better and have less creosote then other sawdust blocks that I’ve tried.
I build a fire often with my girls. What I love about BIO BLOCKS is that I can do a double decker fire. It has a consistent burn and is an amazing product. I’ve tried tons of products and nothing works like BIO BLOCKS!
Burns better then competitive product – it’s more compact, burns hotter and cleaner – less ash. I use daily in my fireplace insert for heating my home.
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Founded in 2000, by Gary and Victoria Miller, as a wholesale, millwork manufacturing company. After more than a decade of business, our desire to find a creative use for sawdust, our by-product at the time, and an interest in alternative energy, led to the purchase of our first wood briquetting machine.