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Green Supreme Wood Pellets

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Green Supreme Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Manufactured by New England Wood Pellets

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  • Comment Link Dennis M Monday, 03 October 2016 18:14 posted by Dennis M

    Seriously considering other heating options after these extremely poor wood pellets nearly destroyed our stove, without a doubt, its companies like this that cause people to just give up on this alternative heating and use more reliable heating solutions!

  • Comment Link William Garrity Thursday, 17 March 2016 12:36 posted by William Garrity

    anyone having odor problems with these pellets i.e. musty smoky odor when burner isn't on. Purchased at Home Depot

  • Comment Link May Jenkins Monday, 29 February 2016 18:43 posted by May Jenkins

    We are on our third ton of Green Supreme this heating season and we LOVE these pellets!! Every single pellet burns completely and our ash build up is minimal........we clean the stove every day for it to be "visually friendly" for when company comes in since they comment on the warmth and coziness of the pellet stove. We have used other brands last year when our area had a shortage of pellets (Northeast) and did not find them satisfying at all.

  • Comment Link Keith Sunday, 14 February 2016 13:25 posted by Keith

    Burned these in 2015 with great luck. Bought 3 ton for 2016. They are AWEFUL!!!!So much ash and low heat output. I have to clean and dump ash pan 3 times for often. Getting ready to see if the store will take the rest back and let me swap for another brand. They are bad. I will not be buying again.

  • Comment Link Don from Long Island Thursday, 11 February 2016 15:01 posted by Don from Long Island

    been burning GS pellets for the last 2 weeks or so. Home Depot $3.99 a bag. Ash is maybe a little more, but nothing to get worked up about. Heated outflow air through the baffles is consistent at 180 degrees, what more do you want. I'm a fan.

  • Comment Link Sue Tuesday, 19 January 2016 12:52 posted by Sue

    I'm not impressed by these pellets. There is a lot of ash and build-up in the burn pot compared to other brands, and the heat output seems low. Luckily it's been a mild winter so far.

  • Comment Link Doug Tuesday, 05 January 2016 18:37 posted by Doug

    Lots of clinkers when burning this fuel. Don't highly recommend

  • Comment Link rick Friday, 01 January 2016 05:36 posted by rick

    Not very impressed with quality of this pellet. Tried some last year, worked ok. Bought two tons from Tractor Supply this summer. So far, they are not performing well. Low heat, tons of flying orange ash. Pellets tend to jam, as some have been over three inches long. Others pellets in bag are bloated, like they did not compress. contacted company, they said to go back to the dealer, as it might be storage issues. I received these directly off their delivery from the mill itself, as I was there when the pellets were delivered. Try something else.

  • Comment Link RC Wednesday, 30 December 2015 17:48 posted by RC

    I am currently burning green supreme as I had 1 ton left over from last year. Low ash, heat output is fair. Does not stink much when stove starts up, unlike some of the different brands that are supplied by NEWP and have other names on the bags. Decent buy for the right price. I have 3 ton of barefoot to burn once this ton runs out, will not reset my stove and can then compare better, will post again when completed

  • Comment Link Larry Monday, 30 November 2015 17:23 posted by Larry

    I purchased 2 tons of Green Supreme last year. Will never purchase that product again. Had to clean my pellet stove every other day using this product. Lots of ash and build-up in the stove.
    Switched to "802" pellets, a much better product.


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