Woodchip Biomass Boiler Installation Explained

Case Study

Resource explained

This short video features Tim Field describing the woodchip biomass boiler at Daylesford Organic Farm. He explains where the woodchip comes from, how it is delivered, and the woodchip process and system at Daylseford. He then goes on to visit different parts of the farm that are benefitting from the biomass boiler, such as the production unit and the dairy.


Findings & recommendations

If you are interested in harvesting woodchip to use as biomass, have a look at:

Woodchip can also be used to improve soil health:

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