The PELLET BOOK is the new guide reserved for buyers and operators of the large-scale retail trade containing everything they need to know before buying pellets and combustible products derived from wood.
The guide, realized by Progetto Fuoco in collaboration with AIEL and Brico Magazine, will contain
- the differences between the different types of pellets
- the main rules for the correct use of pellets
- indications for recognizing the various levels of certification
- the list of the main producers/importers/traders on the market
and it will be presented during the event Progetto Fuoco (4-7 May, Veronafiere).
Subsequently, it will be distributed as an insert (5,500 copies) in the June issue of BricoMagazine and another 1,000 copies will be given to large-scale distribution buyers.
The idea comes from a meeting that Progetto Fuoco had with buyers from Leroy Merlin, Bricoman, OBI, Bricolife, Brico OK, Bricofer, Bricocenter, Self, Evoluzione Brico, FDT Group, Ottimax, Utility, Mondobrico, Bricocasa Deodato, Bricobravo, Brigros, Pronto Hobby Brico, Brico Market, Progress, Bricoware, Centro Brico Lo Gatto, Brikidea, Brico+, BricoCasa and Eurospin (all present a Progetto Fuoco) during which it emerged the need to know more about this resource, at a time when high bills and the difficulty of gas supply create interest and curiosity on the part of consumers towards this form of heating.
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