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Defra helps Local Authorities with Burnright message

22 May 2019

The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has published some useful guides to help Local Authority efforts to improve local air quality. These handy tri-fold leaflets can be viewed online or are printed and distributed via councils.

David Sudworth from the Burnright campaign said, “It’s great to see Defra supporting the Burnright campaign messages with our logo on the front of their leaflets. Every little thing matters when it comes to consumer awareness and advertising the logo really helps. They have also included a useful link to the main consumer information on the Burnright website.”

You can see the Defra practical guide for wood-burners and open fires here.

And the guide for buying, storing and seasoning wood here 

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