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Environmental Protection Scotland (EPS) has featured the BurnRight campaign in their latest newsletter. This much respected and influential Scottish environmental organisation boasts many experts on its board and staff. They bring together public, private and voluntary sectors to promote ideas and solutions to environmental problems. To see the whole featured article please go to – https://www.ep-scotland.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Burnright-interview.pdf

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This unique photo of a BurnRight van sticker was spotted by eagle eyed David O’Donnell from Essex. Experts believe it may be an entirely new species and it’s certainly the first one of its kind seen in the UK. The BurnRight team were so impressed, they have invested over £100 in a captive breeding programme […]

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Four of the UK’s top chimney sweeping organisations met with Government officials today (Tuesday) to pledge their support for cleaner air. For the first time ever, the heads of the Association of Professional, Independent Chimney Sweeps (APICS), the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps, the Institute of Chimney Sweeps (ICS) and the National Association of Chimney […]

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The Burnight campaign has today welcomed a Government commitment to working with chimney sweeps and the wider solid fuel industry to help cut air pollution.   The Clean Air Strategy specifically highlighted the work of Burnright in helping to educate consumers on how to use their solid fuel appliances, such as woodburners and multi-fuel stoves, […]

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Stoves and open fires are becoming increasingly popular again in the UK. After years of going out of fashion, solid fuel fires are back, because there is nothing quite like the roar of a ‘real’ fire in your home. A few generations ago, almost every home had a ‘real’ fire, so people grew up knowing […]