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Enviro-Log Fire Logs

  • NBC's 10! Show featured Leah Ingram, author of "Suddenly Frugal," featured Enviro-Log Firelogs in a segment with tips on how to be green on a budget.
  • Outdoors NW published a product brief about Enviro-Log Firelogs as part of its "Camping Gear" article.
  • The host of Wisconsin's Dan Small Outdoors radio show talked about his experience in cooking with Enviro-Log Firelogs.
  • Green Living Ideas reviewer, Vivian Nelson Melle said, “The Enviro-Log Firelog was easy to light and the lack of smoke and scent from the logs is appealing for holiday parties and other dressier affairs.”
  • BobVila.com said, “I unwrapped and threw that first Enviro-Log from the two-pack into the struggling firepit and our meager little flame became a roaring inferno that lasted many, many minutes, sending blessed heat waves over our shivering bodies. It produced a slightly different colored flame that burns with a consistent intensity – something it has over real wood – and the burn just seemed to last forever. Would I use Enviro-Log again? Absolutely.”
  • Reviewer, Jeannie Matteucci said, “If chilly nights make you long for a cozy night by the fireplace, but you want warmth without the pollution of an old-fashioned wood fire, consider the more earth-friendly Enviro-Logs.”
  • Reviewer, Cheryl Dangel Cullen calls Enviro-Log Firelogs “an earth-friendly product available throughout Chicago to heat your home, cook or entertain.”
  • Reviewer, Eileen Smith said, “It took just one match to ignite the paper and within minutes we had a merry blaze going. Since Enviro-Log Firelogs produce 86 percent less creosote than wood, you won’t be calling the chimneysweep as often.”
  • The Whole Foods Whole Story blog featured a video including commentary from Enviro-Log president, Ross McRoy and Whole Foods representative, Mike Hardy about the major benefits of recycling waxed cardboard into firelogs.
  • Maryland’s The Sentinel Web site published an article featuring information from a press release announcing that Enviro-Log Firelogs are available at Weis Markets retail locations.
  • Canada’s Calgary Herald Web site published an article featuring information from a press release announcing that Enviro-Log firelogs are available at select Canadian retailers.
  • New York’s The Post Standard newspaper published an article featuring information about Enviro-Log firelogs. The article also included a give away to a reader for a box of four Enviro-Log Firelogs.
  • Canada’s Calgary Sun newspaper published a product brief reporting that Enviro-Log Firelogs are an environmentally sustainable product and can safely be used in both indoor and outdoor living.
  • The Hardware Retailing Magazine Web site published a product brief featuring information about Enviro-Log Firelogs. The article noted that the firelogs can be used year round, both indoor and outdoors.
  • Canada’s Hardware Merchandising featured information about Enviro-Log Firelogs in its “New Products” column.
  • The hosts of The Money Pit syndicated radio show said Enviro-Log Firelogs are a great way to enjoy your backyard year round because you can use them for camping, in firepits, and for roasting marshmallows.
  • Scrap Magazine published an article featuring commentary from Ross McRoy, president of Enviro-Log, regarding the eco-friendly features of Enviro-Log Firelogs.
  • The Green Profit Web site published a product brief featuring information about Enviro-Log Firelogs. The article noted that Enviro-Log firelogs burn cleaner than wood and produce 50 percent more heat.