What is the Biomass Supplier List?
P.H Winterton and Son are proud to be one of the companies on the Government’s Biomass Supplier List.
If you have never heard of this list, we have put together this handy guide to tell you everything you need to know.
This scheme ensures that all wood fuel registered on it is from sources that are at least 75% sustainable and 100% legal.
Once the applicant’s application is approved, they are provided with a BSL authorisation reference number. It will usually be in the following format –
The Biomass Supplier List is a scheme which provides participants of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) with a straightforward way to demonstrate that their fuel complies with the RHI’s standards.
What is the eligibility criteria for the Biomass Supplier List?
Suppliers (such as P.H Winterton and Son) registering fuels on the list will be required to verify that the emissions from the cultivation, processing and transport of the biomass fuel achieves a saving of at least 60% against the EU fossil fuel average for heat when used in a boiler which achieves a 70% average seasonal efficiency.
This is also calculated using the life cycle assessment methodology set out in the European Commission’s 2010 report ‘Sustainability requirements for the use of solid and gaseous biomass sources in electricity, heating and cooling SEC 2010 65 Final’.
How We Process Biomass Fuel
P.H Winterton is proud to work with Cheshire-based organic recycling specialists CRJ Services, to assist with the processing of biomass fuel.
CRJ Services supplied P.H Winterton with hire equipment to meet shredding requirements with the Doppstadt AK430 High-Speed Shredder, which is recommended by their team to deal with the demand for biomass fuel.
Got More Questions? Get in Touch
If you have any more questions about biomass fuel, please contact us today.
P.H Winterton and Son currently provide biomass fuel in Staffordshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire plus we can plan to deliver to your address if you are further afield.