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Have you heard of The Stove Industry Alliance?

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Someone earlier asked about a PR body for the stove industry - there is one, The Stove Industry Alliance.

 

The proof is in the pudding, have you heard of The Stove Industry Alliance before?

 

WWW.STOVEINDUSTRYALLIANCE.COM

The Stove Industry Alliance is an alliance of UK stove and roomheater manufacturers, distributors, advisory and test...

 

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5 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Were these not the lot who were burning down middle class owners of holiday homes in Wales a while back ??? K

keep the home fires burning ?

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19 minutes ago, Stubby said:

keep the home fires burning ?

Dunno,  at my age it all starts to Blur , k

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I know of it,   starting from zero they are the group pushing back against the banning of wood burning that is being driven in the press by big business.   

 

I will be joining their retail section shortly.

 

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On 13/02/2020 at 14:07, BowlandStoves said:

I think the 2 comments say everything lol

 

The SIA need a higher profile :)

That takes time, effort and finance but its gathering pace.    You will have heard of the withdrawal from the Hetas approved scheme of some if not all of the SIA manufacturer members,  that will free up finance to be used to push back the negative publicity currently surrounding wood burning stoves.       Interesting that there is nothing much negative about burning wood in open fires,  yet that produces almost around 15 times as much pollution as wood burnt in a 2022 compliant stove.  Open fires are the main cause of smoke pollution in London,  many areas within the M25 are designated smoke control areas,  as such it is only legal to burn wood in a DEFRA approved stove,  yet many people are opening up old open fire places and burning wood.   That is illegal and carries stiff penalties but Govt cuts means that there are very few environmental health inspectors to carry out investigations.

 

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