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Green Supreme Wood Pellets

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Green Supreme Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Manufactured by New England Wood Pellets


  • Comment Link Dan Tuesday, 01 September 2015 12:37 posted by Dan

    Home Depot ( Long Island) is selling the Green Supreme pellets this year . They have them now.

  • Comment Link Louis Monday, 31 August 2015 21:14 posted by Louis

    i work for a trucking comapny, we haul these pellets all the time. they are made by new england wood pellet just packaged different for big box stores. same exact pellet as the new england wood pellets, and over the last couple years there quality of pellets have gone down hill( since they started producing for big box stores)

  • Comment Link bob Sunday, 30 August 2015 04:17 posted by bob

    normally i buy green supreme pellets because they are plentiful and i do what everyone should do is adjust my stove to the product you are burning, but when you purchase 3 or 4 tons at a time and your delivery company have no clue how to store your product before it gets to you, it gives the product a bad name not the delivery company. there response is so what if they get wet we will just give them credit for the bad bags , little do they realize water effects the whole skid so before we all say this brand burns crappy or that brand is bad check out how they are stored before you get them . If the maker of green supreme would like me to drop the dime on that company please contact me

  • Comment Link PETE Tuesday, 04 August 2015 13:48 posted by PETE


  • Comment Link dolores Friday, 24 July 2015 19:10 posted by dolores

    burned green supreme last year and wanted to get them again this year but do not know who is selling them

  • Comment Link Jeannine Wednesday, 01 July 2015 16:04 posted by Jeannine

    I always buy Green Supreme and this past winter I bought (3) tons. I am very disappointed with them. I not only went through 2 1/2 tons, but 2 tanks of oil because the pellets didn't burn well and had a lot of ash. I still have 1/2 ton left and don't even want to burn them this winter. What a waste of money. I bought them from Lowe's in Wareham, Ma and I was told that I was not the only one that bought them from Lowe's that had this problem. That is the last time I will buy them that is for sure.

  • Comment Link Thomas Cornell Tuesday, 24 March 2015 13:11 posted by Thomas Cornell

    what happened to the quality of the pellets?? we always had good luck with them ,but just bought 15 bags and they were terrible, no heat and a lot sawdust and moisture.. we are very disappointed.! we bought them from Home Depot in Bennington,Vt.05201 also we had friends that made the same complaint
    Phyllis & Tom Cornell
    81 Oakes St.

  • Comment Link Paul Thursday, 19 March 2015 20:43 posted by Paul

    Very poor pellets! Ran 4 tons of Fireside Ultra from H.D. from Nov-early March. I was able to run my 10 year old St. Croix Prescott stove 24/7 with shutdown every 3 days to vacuum burn pot/ash pan. No problems with the Fireside pellets-burn pot not clogged and expected amounts of ash.
    Recently bought 15 bags of Green Supreme from Lowes and have to shut stove down every 24 hours to clean burn pot which is plugged with ash, also un-burnt pellets inside stove in ash pah-they do not burn well at all. I have also run 1/2 ton Lignetics in the stove this year with no problems. I will not buy Green Supreme again.

    Paul from MA

  • Comment Link Bruce Papps Monday, 16 March 2015 20:29 posted by Bruce Papps

    We have used this product for the past six years , this is the first year with lots of small wood fines( dust fine) also small slivers of wood ! mill registration no. 16003
    We purchased four tons from Lowes in Gilford n.h.

  • Comment Link leo Saturday, 14 March 2015 22:00 posted by leo

    Greien supreme burn well but I get a lot of ash I have a harmon advance great stove have to clean every week not happy with that will try a different bran next year

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