Wood Fuel Quality Assurance Scheme
Wood fuel is increasingly being used as a carbon neutral fuel for heating and, in some cases, combined heat and power applications. It is important that the customer receives wood fuel which is compatible with the requirements of their appliance whether it burns logs, pellets, chips or briquettes.
NSAI in association with the Wood Fuel Quality Assurance Group (WGQA), IrBEA, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), and Teagasc/COFORD launched National Workshop Agreement 4 (NWA 4:2009) which provides a framework for suppliers and manufacturers of clean wood fuel to assure the quality of their fuels.
For further details download the Wood Fuel Quality Assurance Scheme press release.
Under the scheme, NSAI will provide certification services to NWA 4:2009 and have published the following documents which give guidance for implementation and application:
- Scheme Rules
- NWA 4:2009 Guidance
- Application Form
- NSAI Standard Contract Agreement
For further information on WFQA certification with NSAI please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org