Sales of biomass boilers support Jubilee Woods

Hoval, Biomass, boiler, space heating, renewable energy
Sales of Hoval biomass boilers support the Woodland Trust’s Jubilee Woods project.

Hoval is making a donation to support tree planting for each sale of a biomass boiler. The company is supporting the Woodland Trust’s Jubilee Woods project, which aims to plant six million trees and create hundreds of Jubilee Woods and 60 special Diamond Woods around the UK in celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Adrian Walker, managing director of Hoval, says, ‘As a Royal Warrant holder, we are delighted to be supporting Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee in a way that has clear synergies with our promotion of carbon-neutral biomass heating. The Woodland Trust shares our commitment to sustainability and is therefore an ideal partner for us to work with.’

Pictured planting one of the sponsored trees as part of the Diamond Jubilee project are (from left) Rebecca Chapman, Lisa Wood and Lawrence Sheppard from Hoval.

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