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Traditional heating meets 21st century technology Long before carbon reduction and air quality targets made daily headlines, wood burning stoves have been delivering renewable, sustainable, and affordable heat for families across the UK. Indeed, many of today’s wood...
The original form of low carbon heating If you’re thinking of investing in a wood burning stove, then you’ve made a wise choice. Modern wood burners offer a very low carbon, renewable and highly sustainable way to heat your home, with the added security of still being...
Wood burning stoves and their role in our low carbon future NB: This article was originally written for H&V News and appears in its June 2021 issue which can be viewed here. With new carbon reduction targets set to become enshrined in law later this year, the...
Wood burning stoves: A guide for local authorities With the government's stated intent on delegating greater powers to the local authorities to introduce their own clean air regulations and requirements, the SIA has put together this helpful guide to advise local...
SIA appoints new Technical Manager The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) is pleased to announce that it has appointed James Verlaque to fulfil the role of Technical Manager for the Alliance. To download this press release as a PDF please click here. James will oversee and...
The Stove Industry Alliance response to the publication of Emission of air pollutants in the UK, 1970 to 2019 and to Defra research Burning in UK homes and gardens A number of key points from the above publications have been overlooked which has resulted in a number...
A new video designed to help consumers understand the real facts about wood burning stoves has been launched by the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA). To download this press release as a PDF click here. Modern woodburning stoves and fireplaces provide low carbon and low...
Defra welcomes new stove and fireplace emissions and energy performance certification mark A new objective and independent emissions and energy performance certification mark for solid fuel stoves and fireplaces that clearly demonstrates appliance manufacturers’...
The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) has welcomed the announcement by Defra today that it plans to encourage the use of cleaner fuel and phase out the sale of coal and wet wood for domestic burning. Click here for PDF version of this press release Coal and wet wood are...
There can be few greater winter pleasures than curling up in front of a real fire. The positive mental health effects of a wood fire are well documented and have been shown to lower blood pressure1 and reduce stress. And now, in addition to a warming sense of...
In response to the article published in Air Quality News on 26th November 2019, Turning up the heat on indoor air quality, Erica Malkin, Secretary General of the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA), offers the following commentary in support of advanced SIA Ecodesign Ready...
The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) is urging homeowners to consider replacing their older stoves and open fires for an advanced Ecodesign Ready model to help improve air quality and significantly reduce particulate emissions. Click here for PDF version of this press...
The publication of the Defra Clean Air Strategy confirms that Ecodesign Stoves will play a central role in the government’s plan to reduce emissions from domestic combustion and commends the SIA for releasing the stoves ahead of the 2022 target date. Click here for...
As the festive season approaches, it is worth considering the impact burning wood on open fires has on air quality. Click here for PDF version of this press release The popularity of wood burning stoves has led many to associate wood burning with stoves. When it...
Installing a SIA Ecodesign Ready stove can help you be more energy efficient, reduce your carbon foot print and reduce particulate (PM) emissions. Click here for PDF version of this press release Energy efficiency, carbon reduction and air quality are amongst the key...
The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) welcomes Defra’s Draft Clean Air Strategy and in particular its commitment to SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves. There has been plenty of recent publicity around wood burning stoves, but a new SIA Ecodesign Ready stove already fulfils the...
After being widely misquoted as calling for a ban on wood burning stoves, the Mayor of London is urging Londoners who burn wood in their homes to use the right kind of equipment and fuels to help reduce emissions. Click here for PDF version of this press release...
The SIA has just released a series of leaflets, covering Ecodesign and its implications for the industry, Ecodesign Ready stoves and the importance of burning dry wood. The leaflets are designed to give stove retailers and installers the information they need to talk...