Olive Firewood

Olive Wood Barrow Bag x4

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Combined volume of 1.2m3 loose logs

Olive Firewood Barrow Bag 10-20cm Logs (Volume 0.30m3) x4

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Olive Firewood Barrow Bag 10-20cm Logs, longer burning – more economical, beautiful aroma, totally natural and green renewable energy resource. We cut our logs into handy pieces so that it burns well in open fires and wood burninng stoves. Ideal for chimneas, fire pits, barbeques and pizza ovens.

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Delivery Charges

Delivery of any of the Green Olive Firewood products found on the website is charged by weight and by area. Please input your postcode to get a delivery quote.

Any area outside UK mainland – Please call 08454636305 to enquire

Delivery AreaPost CodesWeight Up ToCart PriceShipping Cost
AREA 1AL, B, BA, BB, BD, BH, BL, BN, BR, BS, CB, CF, CH, CM, CO, CR, CT, CV, CW, DA, DE, DH, DL, DN, DT, DY, E, EC, EN, FY, GL, GU, HA, HD, HG, HP, HR, HS, HU, HX, IG, IM, IP, IV31-32, IV36, IV40-49, IV51-56, IV63, IV99, KA, KT, L, LD, LE, LN, LS, LU, M, ME, MK, N, NE, NG, NN, NP, NR, NW, OL, OX, PE, PO1-22, PR, RG, RH, RM, S, SE, SG, SK, SL, SM, SN, SO, SP, SR, SS, ST, SW, TA, TF, TN, TS, TW, UB, W, WA, WC, WD, WF, WN, WR, WS, WV, YO, ZE20Kg £5.00
40Kg £10.00
60Kg £15.00
80Kg £20.00
100Kg £25.00
390Kg £30.00
Over 390Kg FREE
AnyOver £150FREE
AREA 2CA, DG, EH, EX, FK, G, KA1-26, KY, LA, LL, ML, PA1-19, PL, SA, SY, TD, TQ, TR20Kg £8.00
40Kg £16.00
60Kg £24.00
80Kg £32.00
500Kg £40.00
1000Kg £60.00
Over 1000Kg £100.00
AREA 3DD, KW, PH1-7, PH1420Kg £10.00
40Kg £20.00
60Kg £30.00
80Kg £40.00
100Kg £50.00
500Kg £60.00
1000Kg £80.00
Over 1000Kg £120.00

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Olive Wood Logs Facts

  • Olive wood is very hard and is prized for its durability, colour, high combustion temperature and interesting grain patterns.
  • Olives are one of the most extensively cultivated fruit crops in the world. In 2011 there were about 9.6 million hectares planted with olive trees, which is more than twice the amount of land devoted to apples, bananas or mangoes
  • The ten largest producing countries, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization, are all located in the Mediterranean region and produce 95% of the world's olives.
  • In situations where extreme cold has damaged or killed the olive tree the rootstock can survive and produce new shoots which in turn become new trees. In this way olive trees can regenerate themselves