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  1. ES Mitigation & Management are looking for operatives to join our busy, friendly team working on sites throughout the United Kingdom (majority of our work is in Gloucestershire). Works will involve small & large scale vegetation clearance projects (tree, hedge felling), installing all types of ecological fencing, creating and managing all types of green spaces. Equipment, travel, accommodation are provided. Our ideal candidate will be hardworking, adaptable, logical and enjoy being outdoors in all seasons. Ideally, you will have experience in countryside management, forestry, agriculture, and/or landscaping and will be interested in ecology. You will be joining a small team with an ever-increasing workload, and our company is constantly adapting and exploring new avenues for our clients. Essential qualifications and experience: CSCS card NPTC Chainsaw or Brushcutter Experience working around chainsaws and plant machinery Desirable qualifications and experience: NTPC brushcutter NTPC Chainsaw (CS30/31/39/40) PA1/PA6 Spraying Tractor experience Chipper qualification/experience CPCS/NPORS Excavator CPCS/NPORS Skidsteer Machinery maintenance First Aid at Work Planting and seeding Fencing Vegetation clearance Full-time, Contract with immediate start possible. Feel free to give me a call - 07774290405
  2. Appreciated everyone. Contacted Kingwell hire and they are chipping everything and we are selling for biomass. cheers,
  3. Hello All, Looking for some advice on what to do with root balls; we are increasingly being asked to remove root balls from sites following felling operations. I have used a few muck away services but they are charging mega money and I'm sure there must be a more cost (greener) effective way. Bit of background we are a ecological contracting company who are increasingly being asked to clear vegetation from sites, ahead of housing developments and are looking for more economic ways of disposing of chipping, large diameter trunks and limbs. Happy for any advice, connections people may have. cheers,


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