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David, Grafton MA
Everything was great. Quick turnaround from payment to delivery. Pellets left exactly where we wanted them. Thanks!"
Dennis, Medway MA
We are very happy with the quality of the pellets that we bought. They burn well with very little ash. We bought from you last year and that is why we returned. Thanks. "
Anonymous, Methuen MA
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  8100+ BTU/lb
  .62% ash
$27490 /ton
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  .52% ash
$29990 /ton
  8600 BTU/lb
  .39% ash
$30990 /ton
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  .38% ash
$32490 /ton
  9080 BTU/lb
  .41% ash
$359.90 $34990/ton
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  .22% ash
$39990 /ton
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$28990 /ton
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