Welcome to GreenAgro Ltd Copyright ©2014 GreenAgro Ltd biomass engery solutions Pellets are a fuel made of 100% natural domestic material. Main raw materials for pellet production are filings and shavings, i.e. a waste of wood processing industry. Pellet production is free of any chemical and synthetic additives from ecologic woods in Serbia and Bosnia. Produced in two grades EN Plus and DIn Plus standards. Four main advantages of pellet heating comfort, price, supply reliability, quality assurance. The solution is called "briquetting" and it has revolutionized how other parts of the world maximize energy utilization by reusing biomass waste materials. Briquetting has really taken off in Europe. In fact, the demand exceeds supply which has forced them to import millions of tons of briquettes from foreign countries. Briquettes as a solid biofuel for energy is growing in popularity in Europe now as well for many reasons, including the following: Inexpensive to produce Easy handling and storage and has long shelf-life Clean and efficient to burn Firewood produced from most ecological woods in Bosnia free of any chemical and synthetic additives . Firewood (hornbeam, oak, beech | 25, 33 and 50 thickness | vaccination | stacked on pallets  1X1X1.80 and 1X1X1. Available with Exw and DDU over Europe. Drvoholding together with partners poses annualy concession for firewood produce and sales. Charcoal is not only the sound environmental option but is also a far higher-grade fuel. With carbon contents as high as 90% compared to only 60% in many imported varieties, charcoal produced from  hardwoods is unsurpassed in it’s burning characteristics: Easy lighting (dispensing the need for lighter fuel and firelighters) Reaches cooking temperature quickly (approximately 15 mins) Burns cleanly (no unpleasant fumes or smoke from half burnt wood) Leaves only ash (uniformity of burn) Pellets – Costs Calculation   Before you decide for a certain energy source, you should compare investment costs to heating costs and take account of their probable development. This is the way how to easily calculate the pellet heating costs - 1 kg of pellets contains approx. 4.8 kWh of energy - 1 m3 of oil correspond to approx. 2.1 t of pellets - 2.1 t of pellets correspond to approx. 8-10 m3 of lump wood Transition from oil or gas heating to pellets would save up to 35% per a family house and from electricity or central heating much more. However, the main “end user” is our environment and future generations.