Another joinery company is saying goodbye to unnecessary heating and waste disposal bills after buying a new wood waste heater, plus a shredder, from Wood Waste Technology.

Plumline Bespoke Joinery offers supplies of joinery components for both retail, domestic and convenience business sectors from its 48,000ft2 factory in Nottingham.

Established over 30 years ago, Plumline Joinery is benefiting from biomass technology already, as it purchased some wood waste heaters from another manufacturer many years ago to free the business from the shackles of heating bills and waste removal costs.

When one of its wood waste heaters broke recently, the management of Plumline needed to replace it, and contacted Wood Waste Technology for details about its range of heaters, as the company had heard about the quality and reliability of its products.

Following more information and a site survey, Wood Waste Technology’s specialist engineers installed a WT15 wood waste heater last year, to heat the far side of Plumline’s factory.

Then three weeks later, the team at Plumline contacted the company again, due to Wood Waste Technology being the UK’s official distributor for Gross Apparatebau GmbH, a German manufacturer of dependable, precision engineered shredders and briquetters.

Plumline purchased a GAZ62 shredder, to help break down some of the waste wood for one of its older heaters, which struggled to burn some of the larger items of waste.

MD of Plumline, Richard Beasley says: “Although we’ve had wood waste heaters in the past, this product is our first from Wood Waste Technology. We’ve been really impressed with the WT15 along with matching service levels we’ve received. Moving forward we will definitely be in touch with them regarding any further requirements for commercial heating.”

MD of Wood Waste Technology, Kurt Cockroft says: “We’ve been delighted to help Plumline start to update their biomass heaters. We’re proud of the good reputation our heaters have developed, as every wood waste heater we’ve ever sold is still in operation today.”