Woodstoves are to be banned screams the headlines in the paper this really is not true
By 2022, new efficiency and emission limits will be introduced to manufacturers of stoves. SIA, or the Stove Industry Alliance initiative are committed to meeting the set out requirements and have produced a new EcoDesign Ready Stove label to inform our customers which of our stoves comply to these new standards.
Stove manufacturers have risen to the challenges of Ecodesign and are already producing stoves that meet and exceed the new 2022 criteria.
Lower Particle Emissions Lower CO Emissions Higher Efficiencies Improved Fuel Standards and Sustainability
In its Clean Air Strategy Defra recognises that all wood burning is not the same and that reductions in particulate emissions, (PM), can be achieved through the installation of Ecodesign Ready stoves burning Ready to Burn logs.
Both Defra and the Mayor of London are backing the installation of SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves to reduce emissions from wood burning so you can be sure buying this type of stove you can burn wood in your new stove without any further complication The label is placed on our stoves which pass these regulations and can be found below.