Wood Chip Waste Recovery
When a tree is cut down, the easiest thing to do is to turn the wood into wood-chip as this makes it easy to transport and dispose of. However, wood-chip waste recovery is important because it means that the product is actually being used for something worthwhile rather than just being dumped into landfill – and taking this option will have a much better outcome for the environment as a whole.
Wood-chip is becoming more popular in landscaping, and this means that there is a great chance to sell this kind of waste to companies who work as a part of this industry – and this makes it much less likely that anything will have to go to waste at all.
It is also a useful thing for children’s play parks, as it much safer than concrete, and a cheaper option than many other popular ground coverings – so wood-chip may be the ideal choice for this type of environment.
If you feel that you could make the most of the wood-chip recovery process and use it as a part of your business, you should certainly try – as using wood-chip can mean that you have a great surface or landscape, and less is sent to landfill, which is of course the overall aim of recycling.
Waste management solutions
We provide a range of solutions, including the following:
Expert advice on the right equipment for you.
Access to the very latest products, such as the McCloskey B200 BIVITEC high g-force screener.
Plant research and design.
Trade in of a wide variety of recyclable materials around the globe, ranging from timber and cardboard to plastics and glass.