Recycling & Keeping It Green



Keeping it Green

Did you know that we RECYCLE all our wood byproducts?

Any tree job results in wood or wood chips on our jobs.  All chips are disposed of in various places.

So, who uses those chips? 

Blueberry growers use chips for mulch.

Farmers use chips for bedding.

Homeowners use chips for mulch or soil erosion control.

A large portion of our chips get recycled by regrinding & coloring for mulch.

Mulch is important for all plants – it aids in water retention, reduces soil compaction, and  reduces erosion.

Over time mulch decays & releases valuable nutrients to plants & trees.


All of the wood from tree work is also RECYCLED.

Pine logs are taken to local mills or reground for BioMass. 

(Biomass is organic, meaning it is made of material that comes from living organisms, such as plants and animals. The most common biomass materials used for energy are plants, wood, and waste.)

The useable hardwood is turned into firewood. 

Tree trunks that are too large are run through our “oversize” wood splitter and sold as “long length cordwood”.    (usually 4 – 9 ft. in length & split in half.)

We never take anything to the Dump.  Never have & never will.

You can start your own recycling effort at home…learn about composting here

Let’s keep our world Green by reducing, reusing, and RECYCLING!


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