There are more than 1.8 billion pallets in service in the United States each day. Ninety-three percent of these pallets are made from wood.
Ever wonder why some pallets have a code and a wheat stamp on the side? Some Hay Creek Companies pallets have that stamp, too. Here is a little more information about why. The international transport…
Sometimes, a little information can help consumers make a decisions about their heating needs. Often, people picture companies going into the forest and harvesting fresh trees to make wood pellets. The truth is quite the opposite!…
According to the National Wooden Pallet and Container Association, the use of wood for making pallets is helpful for the environment.
Contrary to what we might think, harvesting old trees and planting new ones can increase the absorption of carbon.
This video from the U.S. Industrial Pellet Association, does a great job of explaining the reasons behind claims that burning wood pellets is actually helpful for forests. It also explains why it is better for the environment than burning fossil fuels.
In honor of the Fifth Annual Bioenergy Day, Hay Creek Pallet opened its doors to local junior high and high school students, and community members, inviting them to come and learn more about an industry that provides significant local benefits. The event in Pittsville was one of dozens of events across the United States and Canada held to raise awareness about bioenergy.
The mission statement on the wall of his office and business cards holds him accountable to fellow producers and his customers, employees and vendors. It boldly states Hay Creek’s focus as, “Honoring God in all we do, helping develop people, pursuing excellence, while growing profitably.”
Tom Gardner, owner and CEO of Hay Creek Companies in Pittsville, Wisconsin, shares his insights on working in the pallet industry.
All wood pellets manufactured at Hay Creek Companies meet strict ash content, moisture content, heat output, and quality standards, and we want our customers to experience the best quality heat once they take our products home. Learn how to store them for the season.