Logmaker meaning

(UK) A device which creates 'Logs' out of burnable waste; the device encases the burnable waste within a newspaper wrapping by the use of a special tube and plunger.

The inventor Arthur Howell wanted a way to burn initially sawdust efficiently and compactly and after many trial devices invented the Logmaker.

The Logmaker can burn any waste (cardboard, paper, wood shavings and sawdust and garden burnable waste) it helps reduce household waste and waste going to landfill and saves on fuel costs.

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