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Arb Log conundrum & pile of ASH for new home

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Got a pile of Ash logs coming from a job in Market Bosworth if anyone is interested?  I'm running out of space in the yard due to redevelopment and hay season!

Is anyone managing to sell (on a sustainable basis softwood timber).  I need to decide whether to chip the logs or split them.  Obviously the latter requires setting up sales side etc whereas the former requires some larger gear!  

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Sylvagen have taken arb arisings from us in unchipped form.

It might not be very profitable, but it can be an effective way of clearing the yard of wood. 

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16 hours ago, beddowtreeltd said:

Got a pile of Ash logs coming from a job in Market Bosworth if anyone is interested?  I'm running out of space in the yard due to redevelopment and hay season!

Is anyone managing to sell (on a sustainable basis softwood timber).  I need to decide whether to chip the logs or split them.  Obviously the latter requires setting up sales side etc whereas the former requires some larger gear!  

Have a chat with @justinkingwell @ Kingwell Holdings Biomass Contractors

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