Earth-Friendly Firelogs Are The Ultimate Firewood Substitute
ATLANTA,Ga. – November 14, 2011 – Enviro-Log®, Inc., an eco-friendly, consumer products and recycling company, is pleased to announce that its earth-friendly firelogs are now available nationally at select Lowe’s® Home Improvement, Rite Aid®, Whole Foods® and Walmart® stores. Several retailers have expanded the number of locations carrying Enviro-Log Firelogs, including True Value®, Dollar General®, Fred Meyer®, Stop & Shop® and Fresh Market. Consumers can also check for product availability by visiting each retailer’s Web site.
Known for producing the greenest and most versatile firelogs on the market, Enviro-Log saves thousands of trees from use as firewood and diverts millions of pounds of waxed cardboard from going into landfills every year. Enviro-Log uses 100 percent recycled waxed cardboard, typically used to transport fruits and vegetables to produce processors, grocery stores and restaurants, to manufacture its earth-friendly firelogs. When compared to firewood, Enviro-Log Firelogs burn cleaner, emitting 30 percent less greenhouse gases, 80 percent less carbon dioxide and 86 percent less creosote, while also providing 50 percent more heat per pound.
“Enviro-Log Firelogs are the ultimate firewood substitute and firelog of choice for retailers and consumers who care about recycling and the environment,” said Ross McRoy, president of Enviro-Log, Inc. “We are extremely pleased that a growing number of retailers are offering our firelogs at more and more locations. Consumers are constantly asking us where they can find the product and we are pleased to be able to direct them to our growing number of retail partners. We also encourage consumers to visit retailer Web sites to check product availability for in-store pick up and even purchase online.”
Enviro-Log Firelogs also offer more uses than competitive wax-sawdust firelogs. In addition to your fireplace and campfires, Enviro-Log Firelogs are the only manufactured firelog tested safe for use in woodstoves, chimineas and cooking. You can even use the ash from your Enviro-Log Firelogs as fertilizer or potting soil.
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