Burn Right Products may help to offset the effects of Carbon Dioxide in our environment.

What is Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and how do we track it? CarbonFootprint.com states, “A carbon footprint is a measure of the impact our activities have on the environment, and in particular climate change. It relates to the amount of greenhouse gases produced in our day-to-day lives through burning fossil fuels for electricity, heating and transportation etc.”

It is impossible to eliminate carbon emissions completely. Emissions are caused not only by man but also nature i.e. volcanoes or forest fires. Fortunately there are positive ways we can offset CO2 emissions. In the very near future homeowners and businesses will be able to receive carbon credits for using products that reduce CO2 emissions.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) there are 20,000,000 burn barrels in the United States of America. When following the manufacturer's guidelines you may reduce the amount of greenhouse gases given off by replacing your traditional method of open pit burning or burning with a homemade incinerator/ burn barrel with one of our products. learn more

The patented internal flanges & air flow system introduce maximum air-flow at all levels of the burn chamber allowing for a fast burn. learn more

The reduction of carbon output is better for human health and our earth’s climate. Due to a lack of waste removal facilities, in many parts of our country and around the world there are few alternatives to burning. In areas where burning is the only option Burn Right Products LLC may help you reduce your carbon footprint.

Burn Right encourages you to go green.

When untreated wood, leaves and other 100% organic material are burned the fine ash can be used for many green alternatives such as a pest deterrent, de-icing agent, Lye making, compost, fertilizer or cleaner. www.greenlivingtips.com/articles/255/1/Uses-for-wood-ashes.html.

We suggest you seek alternates to burning whenever possible and to only burn 100% organic material. learn more

Do you know what your Carbon Footprint looks like? It may be bigger than you think… What can you do to slow global warming? For details go to http://www.carbonfootprint.com.

More testing by Burn Right Products LLC is required to determine the exact amount of CO2 emissions reduced by replacing a burn barrel or homemade incinerator with one of our products. Please contact us for more details.


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Robert S. Fairbanks, AK (Fairbanks Forestry Department Fairbanks Forestry tested the Burn Right Products Mini-Incinerator and it performed like they claimed. We burned six telephone books and many out-dated burn permit books on top of some paper waste and Read More.....