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Greene Team Wood Pellets

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Greene Team (Green Team) wood pellet fuel pellets

Pellet quality is our number one goal at Greene Team. We receive fresh sawdust daily from local sawmills and process it into wood pellet fuel quickly. The sawdust never has had a chance to degrade prior to pelletization. This ensures the highest BTU value possible. Our state of the art facility allows us to produce the highest quality pellet fuel consistently. We have an in house lab and test finished product every ½ hour to maintain quality control. All pellets are screened twice prior to bagging to eliminate fines in the bag.

  • Bulk Density (lbs/cubic foot): 40 - 46
  • Diameter (inches): 0.250 to 0.285
  • Fines % (at the mill gate): < 0.5
  • Inorganic Ash %: 0 - 1
  • Length (% greater than 1.5 inches): < 1
  • Moisture %: <= 8
  • BTUs: > 8000

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  • Comment Link Jay Sunday, 21 September 2014 02:05 posted by Jay

    I bought some from Lowes in late August, this year (2014). I recently attempted to use a bag only to find that they do not ignite. I thought at first it may be my stove and so attempted to start them using a starter brick in the stove and then (just in case the stove didn't have enough air being fed), outside. They still would not start. The pellets would "singe" black and that was all they'd do. I'm guessing based on other reviews that it may just be a bad batch, but I am not impressed since I had to pick up and put away all 3 pallets.

  • Comment Link Ray G Friday, 04 April 2014 13:02 posted by Ray G

    I've been burning wood pellets in my Enviro pellet stove for 5 years. I've burned several brands of pellets and none have produced the black soot that the Greene Team pellets produce. I even did a thorough cleaning of the stove, stove pipe and chimney, and even replaced the door gasket. Nothing seem to help the black soot problem. I contacted Greene Team and they sent me a box to return a bag of pellets for testing. As you might expect, the company found that the pellets met all specifications. I believe that something besides wood was introduced into the manufacturing process of these pellets. Since this company was previously a coal mining company, I believe that coal is the culprit of this black soot problem.

  • Comment Link Peggy Sue Plaisted Wednesday, 26 March 2014 23:49 posted by Peggy Sue Plaisted

    Hello Rob,
    Just wanted to say "Thank You" for making quality pellets! I have been burning all different brands for 7 years now, and your Green Team pellets are by far the best! They burn exactly as you claim, which is rare. So keep up the good work, and produce more! I have had a hard time getting them. Always sold out! Would it be possible for you to contact Agway in Grove City, PA in reference to having your brand on stock? Would save me a long drive to get them elsewhere. Once again, love your pellets and keep them coming!
    Sincerely,
    Peggy Sue Plaisted

  • Comment Link Dan Barboza Monday, 10 March 2014 01:14 posted by Dan Barboza

    Would like to know where I can find your pellets again
    I used them in the past and loved them I have a Harman stove
    I live in south coast, MA
    02743

  • Comment Link Rick Langevin Tuesday, 25 February 2014 15:29 posted by Rick Langevin

    I bought 2 1/2 tons this year and was impressed. Good heat and clean burn. I have a Harmon P43 and clean the burn pot and glass every day and find it very easy. I also do a major cleaning once a month.

    I would have more impressed had they not burned very fast compared to other pellets I have used.

    I would use them again if the price was right. Compared to comparable pellets I feel Lowes pricing was a bit too high at $280.00 per ton and no volume discount.

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