Chico, CA (PRWEB) February 01, 2014
CleanFlame has earned top honors for Green Innovation at the coveted 29th annual Innovation Awards. The Innovation awards are a testament of the commitment to business success occurring in California and throughout the USA. The lively evening was host to an audience that came to see the winners selected from among 100 finalists.
Prior award winners include market leading companies such as Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, and Build.com. A company is honored because of their tremendous achievements conducive to innovation and their game changing impact, not only locally, but statewide, nationally and globally.
Innovate North State’s Managing Director Jon Gregory stated, “The annual Innovation Awards Dinner represents our once-a-year hallmark gala event honoring the phenomenal business success occurring organization performance, products and services, executives and professionals, educators and civic throughout California. Mr. Gregory continued “We are honored to have the opportunity to showcase the tremendous success stories of businesses like CleanFlame who are leaders in the industry.”
CleanFlame is based in Gridley, California where it manufactures ultra-clean burning fire logs and fire starters from waxed cardboard boxes that would otherwise be bound for the nations overflowing landfills. CleanFlame burns so clean you can cook over them, producing 86% less creosote and 50% more heat per pound than natural oak firewood. Unlike competitor fire logs, CleanFlame produces very little to no smoke or scent, creating a better and healthier consumer experience. A single CleanFlame log will burn for up to 3 hours and has the equivalent burn time of 3 bundles of natural firewood. The company estimates they will save the equivalent of nearly 200,000 trees this year by providing CleanFlame fire logs instead of natural firewood.
CleanFlame can be found in over 14,000 stores across all 50 states and even internationally. For more information you can visit their website at http://www.cleanflame.com.