Birch firewood is pretty useful. There are several different species of birch and they are usually fast growing species. For the purpose of firewood, black birch and yellow birch are the best species to burn. White birch and grey birch are both average species.
Aspen is a good choice for firewood. It burns brightly and the soft wood is easy to saw. The supply is ample in aspen-growing areas. The bark is very dry and makes good tinder for starting a fire. It is not toxic and will not clog your chimney with ash like other firewood.
«Norsk Resource» offers environmentally friendly alder firewood for stoves and fireplaces. Alder firewood is used for heating of luxury homes of nobility and royal family.
It has a long period of burning, a high heat-producing ability and a small volume of sparks and sooting. The alder firewood which we produce is hand-split and air-dried.