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Greenway Wood Pellets

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Greenway Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Greenway Premium Wood Fuel Pellets

• Greenway Wood Fuel Pellets burn consistently HOT with an extremely small amount of ash.
• Greenway Wood Fuel Pellets are made from clean, kiln-dried sawdust and wood waste materials generated from our very own unfinished hardwood flooring operation and contain no bark and no additives.

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2014: I just got a great burn out of these pellets. The first thing I noticed when opening a bag of these pellets was the fantastic smell. It was as if I just laid a hardwood floor down. The awesome oak smell filled the room. The burn was great as well. These pellets are super dense so keep that air up high. The ash is incredibly low and I only had to scrap the burnpot 2 times to get rid of some small clinkers clogging the wholes. No big deal at all. These pellets are a must burn and I'm not sure how the commenter's below had such a lousy experience with them. I'm wondering if this is a case of mistaken identity. Fantastic pellets!!

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29 comments

  • Comment Link Jerry Seymour Sunday, 08 January 2017 20:55 posted by Jerry Seymour

    Are Greenway wood pellets good for food service. I have Traeger pellet grill and would like to use them in my grill. Any comments.

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  • Comment Link Rob A Monday, 02 November 2015 03:57 posted by Rob A

    I have a piazatta Monia SC series stove and love greenway. If your having issues with this pellet then your not properly maintaining your stove. They give off great heat and leave little ash. I hear a large room with 16 foot ceilings and on single digit days I'm wearing shorts and still only on level 1 of 5.

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  • Comment Link Brian and Diane Hudachek Monday, 23 March 2015 22:11 posted by Brian and Diane Hudachek

    What happened to these pellets? We have been using them for several years and haven't had a problem. We had high heat output and low ash. The last 2 tons we bought were horrible. We have to clean out the wood stove every other day when it used to go 4 or 5 days before cleaning out. The pellets don't put out the heat like they used to. The inside of the wood stove is all black including the glass where you can't even see the flame through it. Ready to try another brand!

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  • Comment Link terry herbert Wednesday, 11 March 2015 19:27 posted by terry herbert

    I have a Pleasent Hearth PH35 pellet stove. I purchased the Greenway pellets at the local orshlyn farm store. I found they were great, low ash, good heat and a great price. i have since tryed other pellets and the only one to come close to the performance of the Greenway were the Lignetics I got at southern states farm store when Orshlyn ran out of pellets.

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  • Comment Link Don in WV Friday, 06 March 2015 19:12 posted by Don in WV

    After every 3-4 bags of Greenway pellets, I need to shut my stove down and clean out the burn pot. I've had worse pellets but I've also had better. 2 1/2 stars.

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  • Comment Link Michael Blakely Sunday, 01 March 2015 03:52 posted by Michael Blakely

    Using a Harman P43. I fully agree with everything in the admin's review. We don't have a lot of brands to choose from in SW Missouri, but I have managed to try 8 different brands over the last 2 seasons. Greenway is definitely my #1 choice. Quality is consistent. Heat output is terrific! Unfortunately, they seem to be in low supply once winter gets rolling along.

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  • Comment Link dave daniel Friday, 27 February 2015 02:05 posted by dave daniel

    I'm Dave from dillsburg pa.I 'm an england stove owner since 2004 --- in all that time of burning pellets I've never seen or used pellets this good !! These Burn so Hot that I can turn my auger speed down to half the speed and still get the same amount of heat !!!! (These could cut my consumption in half ) My need to clean the pot is every two days instead of every day because of the extremely low ash

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  • Comment Link Nancy Porter Wednesday, 28 January 2015 21:02 posted by Nancy Porter

    These have become my favorite pellet - clean, hot, and smell great. The pellets are quite small under half an inch I'd say. The downside - they are as hard to find as hen's teeth. I got a few bags at Tractor Supply and they were gone the next time I went for pellets.

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  • Comment Link Richard Brown Wednesday, 14 January 2015 15:53 posted by Richard Brown

    I found Green Way pellets at my local Lowe's store. I love them low ash and burn hot.
    Now my problem is they don't have any more and the ones they do have are not the same.
    Can you tell me if Lowe's in Woodstock Va can get these pellets anymore?

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  • Comment Link Ronda Mills Wednesday, 24 December 2014 01:04 posted by Ronda Mills

    I love these pellets, I'm having trouble finding them now. The supplier I was using is using a different brand. I live by Branson Missouri do you know where I can get these pellets.

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