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Mark J

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About Mark J

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  • Birthday 01/04/1977

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    North East
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    Arborist

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  1. They're canny essential for urban based companies. Irrespective of the fact that you can process trees faster and therefore fit in more jobs, often there's no space for the massive tree in the tiny backgarden to be stacked.
  2. Time flies like a loose cannon. I'm good mate. Aye, we should catch up. I'm working Teeside way on Thursday morning, will give you a bell and see if yer about for a coffee.
  3. Time flies like a loose cannon. I'm good mate. Aye, we should catch up. I'm working Teeside way on Thursday morning, will give you a bell and see if yer about for a coffee.
  4. Get a cutting or seeds if it has any. Would make a cool bonsai project. (the tree, not the dog).
  5. I have huge misgivings about the way this has been handled from the outset.
  6. You remind me of the cat that keeps shitting in my backyard.
  7. So, be nice, play the game, in a year or so all the old and vulnerable people will have managed deaths, instead of a pulmonary struggle to the bitter end. I'm inclined to do what I can to help my fellow man.
  8. Aye, he's been ranting on about 'problem, reaction, solution' for time immorial. It used to be fun to get stoned and check out conspiracy theories back in dial up days. Now it's just open season on the hard of thinking.
  9. Heave is usually only a consideration when trees are older than the building.
  10. I'd look into doing a level 4 or level 6 qualification in arboriculture, that'll take a couple of days a week and will help to place you in a position where you can go down the surveying/plant health care route. That leaves 3 or more days to work with a firm or firms and learn the ropes. As stated above, it's beneficial to know how things actually work when writing up work specifications.

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