Curran Renewable Energy in Massena, NY granted certification from Pellet Fuels Institute

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Minister of Fire
Dec 30, 2008
Northwestern CT.
Curran Renewable Energy, and New England Wood Pellet, Jaffrey, N.H.are the only 2 certified. Does that mean they don't get the so called spot checks? I find this rather hard to swallow. 2 of the so so brands get top billing. Go figure! Whats next Inferno's? What little faith I had left in PFI is heading south! ;sick

I get a kick out of his comments though.

Mr. Curran said that although not every company is certified, all are able to compete and sell their products. However, he said that as time goes on, the public will become more aware of the institute’s designation and will look for the standard on the bags they purchase.
“When a person is paying for his heat, he really wants to make sure that he’s getting what he’s paying for,” he said. “If we want this industry to grow, we have to provide the best product we possibly can, or this industry is just going to stop in its tracks.”
IMHO, If they don't sell a good product to the public, its more like they go under, Cus the pellet Industry has plenty of other good suppliers that provide what we the public want and business for them is thriving. Frankly I could give a hoot if the PFI label is on the bag after reading this.


Minister of Fire
Feb 24, 2011
NoPellettons, MA
They were smart to be the first ones....the novice will believe this designation equals superiority to other brands . It always pays as a consumer to be informed


Minister of Fire
Oct 29, 2007
Cape Cod, Ma
More PFI hogwash/moose spit, chicken piss.

Just what the Pellet World needs.

<insert snicker, place tounge in cheek and bite down!>

It's gonna be AWESOME when we get PFI mandated regulations.
See a future like what SawStop tried to do with Tablesaws.

Rant off.


Minister of Fire
Dec 8, 2011
Winthrop, Maine
I found "Mr. Currans" comments to be hilarious.
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Minister of Fire
Jan 18, 2009
central ct
Just remember, "aspartame" is FDA certified for human consumption too....
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