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Unread 09-18-2008, 10:39 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by G$ View Post
You should check to see if burning chunk or lump can be described or spun as carbon neutral. In other words, the off gasses during burning are off set by the "positive" gasses being excreted while the material was alive before harvesting or production.

Combine this with some statement about local ingredients, range fed, etc, and you could perhaps call it green.

And don't forget, you can then charge a Heck of ALot more for it.....
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