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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,
Hello guys! We have got 4 pallets of Lump Wood Charcoal on Clearance sale due to the shut down as we are moving elsewhere now. I hope it is allowed to post it here! Lump Wood Charcoal : 10KG - 120 Bags 2.5kg - 130 Bags Charcoal Briquettes : 2.5KG - 425 Bags All of it must go! Get it for BARGAIN price to use either resell it. 60%-65% OFF CLEARANCE Also , we would like to sell our web site with more than 150 existing customers! If any of you are having interest , please do not hesitate to contact us and I will send you all of the information , prices and pictures. Regards Andy
Morning all, here's a little question for you: I've been asked to quote for some upland regen. clearance. We mainly do climbing work so this is a bit outside my comfort zone pricing wise. The trees are spread out, all less than 15' high (the few that are more are to be brashed and ring-barked) some areas busy, whilst some there's nothing. All broadleafs are to be left. Now I know without seeing the site any answers are at best pretty vague, but if I have a few answers and I consider them along with the site visit I did yesterday that will give me a better idea than had I not asked. So, how many square meters do you think each chainsaw operator could do in a day? The ground is hard going upland boggy / heathery/ tufty grasses and bracen etc. Trees under 15' fell and leave, trees over 15' brash and ring-bark. Thank T.