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  1. Hi, I have posted on Arbtalk about our tip site a few times. We are an arable farm that is EA permitted to take green waste and chip/logs. We are now calling ourselves Cheshire Green Waste and a website will follow later in the year. There is no charge for tipping good quality chip and logs (but must be separated). Once you register with us you can drop in our large tip yard whenever you want. Our address is Tanyard Farm, Castle Mill Lane, Ashley, Cheshire WA15 0QT. We are minutes from junction 6 of the M56. Email me at richard@cheshiregreenwaste.co.uk Mobile: 07535 025888 Richard
  2. Hello, A neighbouring farmer and I are considering putting in a plant which will produce heat and electricity. Some of the heat will probably be used at a nearby school, and we plan to use some on the farm for crop drying etc. I was wondering if anyone on here has experience with contract wood drying? Ideally someone would drop off a lorry load of green chips (ideal) or cordwood. We'd then take it down to 10-20% MC, and they'd come and pick it up a few days later. Does anyone know how much we might get £ / ton or even if there is demand for this kind of service? We are in the Bromyard area so the M5 is pretty close and there are some big woods nearby. Willk
  3. Im just setting up in the Bolton area and im in dire need of somewhere that will take logs/ wodchip etc. Any help is greatly apreciated. Also, i was wondering if its economically viable to set up my own yard and sell the chip/ logs on. Who would buy it, licences etc. Anybody got any thoughts??????
  4. Hi, If anyone needs a tip site for woodchips let me know, I'm near Tunbridge Wells (TN12). Thanks
  5. Does anyone know of any Rayburn/Aga style cookers that can be fuelled by woodchip (from a store, preferably not every couple of hours)? I've seen a few that use pellets but nothing with chip which we have a supply of already. Any advice is welcome, we are looking for one that will heat water and cook like a traditional Rayburn.
  6. Looking for a site to tip logs and woodchip, would be everyday for roughly 3 weeks. Lads are staying in digs and it would be a big trip everyday there and back. Willing to give it away. Cant guarantee how much there will be. Starting in the next few months. Send me an email or PM me. Regards Tom
  7. We have a job in Bracknell coming up this week with a fair quantity of woodchip and maybe logs to remove from site. Does anyone know of tip sites locally? Or anyone with a yard prepared to take it; we are based in Kent so running back to our yard could be a problem if we have more than one load per day. Don't know more detail yet about location or quantity. If anyone can help either reply on here or you can email me lozzatrees@gmail.com Thanks in advance Laurence
  8. Prince arb


    Anyone else get a call about less money being offered on your Biomass woodchip?
  9. Hi All, I have a job up in Wakefield on Monday and need to find somewhere I can dispose a couple trailer loads of woodchip and some lengths of hard wood. Can anyone help? I would take it home but obviously have a shipper with me and moving on to another job on Tuesday, plus its a little far from home. Thanks Tom
  10. Hello everyone, I'm new here, am hoping someone can help me out; I'm currently fighting an oversized and weed infested allotment plot along with the help of my brother, it's currently made up of too wide raised beds and grass paths but this autumn/winter we're hoping to make it into a more mangable and better yielding food plot by utilising some permaculture techniques; namely hugelkultur raised beds combined with some 'back to eden' style wood mulch paths and bed covers. (If anyone is curious to read up head over to the permies website, lots of interesting stuff over there). ...Hence the request for logs and woodchip, not fussed if the chips are not uniform, partially composted and full of leaves...in fact this would probably be ideal, looking for a mix of soft hard wood logs approx up to 10ft long no more than 10inch in diameter (for the sake of not killing myself whilst lifting them) and in any state of decay, (as long as they hold together whilst being moved) along with various pruned branches/brush material to layer things up. I have a problem in that i don't have a vehcle to pickup material so would require delivery to Bolton, our plot is on the allotment next to Haslam Park, if anyone can help with the above criteria feel free to chuck me a quote of suitable recompense for what you can offer. Cheers! Baz
  11. I have been a tree surgeon for 11 years and am getting a business plan together to go it alone. One thing that I'm struggling with is how or where to dispose of chippings?! Does anyone have any info that may be useful in finding somewhere? Also any advice on getting started in general would be much apreciated. Many thanks.
  12. hi everyone, could any one give me advice on the best way to burn wood chip please? at the moment i am tipping on a farmers field but he wants me to burn as much as the wood chip as i can, or am i just waisting my time trying? any advice would be good thanks
  13. Afternoon Ladies! Maybe doing a job in wellingborough (NN8) this wednesday and would like to dump a transit truck or 2 of woodchip off locally. A free or cheap dump would be really good, it just saves us lugging it back down the motorway. It's only a one off. Your knowledge and help would be most appreciated!


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