Entries by Monica

Stay Warm (and Keep Your Cool) When Storm Lorenzo Hits

The Irish forecaster Met Eireann has warned of ‘ferocious’ and ‘very dangerous’ storm and wave surges as it hits the British Isles tomorrow and Friday. brites recommends to keep safe and warm when Lorenzo will hit with heavy rain and strong winds. Check and adjust your thermostat settings to ensure your heating system is working […]

Get ready for the cold Autumn temperatures and Order Online

  Last days of summer are here. To get ready for the cold Autumn temperatures we have put together this checklist to help you maintain optimum performance for your biomass boiler set-up this Autumn:   ✔️ Store is clean – As recommended in our Summer Fuel Store Maintenance Guide. ✔️ Annual Service completed – Make sure that your […]

Why Using brites as your biomass fuel?

• Largest manufacturer & supplier in UK and Ireland; • Experience and reliability for over 10 years in Manufacturing & Delivering; • First company to be successfully accredited the EnPlus Standard in the U.K. and Ireland; • Uniquely produced using Renewable Energy; • Made locally in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland and Invergordon, Scotland; • Security of […]

And the winner of our Summer Competition is….

  A brite Summer for Mick who won our Bags Competition earlier this month. He Liked our Facebook page, shared the Competition post and weeks later won 500 kg of brites Bagged Wood Pellets delivered for free right to his doorstep in Staffordshire.   Well done on winning with brites & Balcas, Mick!   “We were really shocked to […]

Bank Holiday on Friday 12th July

  Our office will be closed on Friday, the 12th of July and will reopen as usual, on Monday 15th. You can still order online 24/7 by visiting our Online Shop or at https://bit.ly/2GsAFv2   brites Team

Why building a low carbon economy is so important

Climate change is the biggest challenge the mankind is facing today.  Global temperatures are increasing, the environment is continuously changing and all the GHG (Human-made Greenhouse Gas) emissions are responsible mainly for this. Global average temperatures have already increased by almost 1˚C since pre-industrial times. The atmosphere and oceans have warmed, snow and ice cover […]