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Hardwood and mixed firewood, roadside Chard

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We're on a site just outside Chard and have a surplus of firewood. We're producing a lot of very good, processor grade hardwood and softwood. On some of the site it's not possible to split them, so it's being sold as mixed hardwood/softwood with the mix being ash, douglas fir, spruce and alder in equal measure, with the very occasional bit of willow and birch. It's all poker straight, having gone through the processing head on the stroke processor (max diameter 36cm). Average diameter is 4-9". Likely to be a total of 350t.

 

There is also a reasonably large alder coppice block to do as well. Again, completely straight and very nice quality firewood, along with some ash too of slightly lower grade. About 180t in this section.

 

Hardwood will be £55/t roadside, mixed firewood £48/t.

 

We will have our own lorry for deliveries (8 wheeler with rear mounted crane) as off the second week of January.

 

I'll get some photos later today.

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Hello big j, I am looking for 25 ton load of hard wood in the West Midlands. Near Stourbridge post code DY8 2RZ.

Any ideas on price

Thanks mark

Call me on 07789854474

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