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  1. We're Good With Wood! Drop your Woodchip and Logs for free. Take 5 minutes to register with us, and then use our tip yard whenever you want. We take anything from a tree! That’s right, we are happy to take branches, trunks, roots, brash, chip and logs. If you bring chip and logs, great, no charge for you and less work for us. For wood other than chip or logs, we charge, and use our machinery to convert it to biomass.
  2. NYorkshire

    Nick H

    Plenty of room for logs and woodchips. Some brash may be possible if it is clean and of reasonable quality, but please contact first. Tree stumps and logs must be small enough for two average people to move, preferably rather smaller. Hardwood logs and woodchippings greatly appreciated. Hay and straw also welcome. Can drop in the areas photographed below (the van will not usually be pulled forward in that position, especially if noone is here) but would prefer contact first. I will move the items once dropped.
  3. Hello there, I currently have about 150 tons of mixed ash/oak cordwood roadside, and due to have another 300 tons out this season. 2.5m lengths, up to about 18" diameter, straight thinnings ideal for a processor. Location is Monmouth, NP25 5NJ. I can help arrange haulage if necessary. Looking for £60/ton roadside but negotiable. Ring me on 07963 617 144 to discuss or come and have a look. Many thanks, Aaron
  4. Hello there, I currently have about 150 tons of mixed ash/oak cordwood roadside, and due to have another 300 tons out this season. 2.5m lengths, up to about 18" diameter, straight thinnings ideal for a processor. Location is Monmouth, NP25 5NJ. I can help arrange haulage if necessary. Looking for around £60/ton roadside but negotiable. Ring me on 07963 617 144 to discuss or come and have a look. Many thanks, Aaron
  5. I have a fairly large Holme oak I am removing next week in Huntington, Cambridgeshire. Is the wood any good? Anyone interested in it? I'll put a pic of the tree...if anyone interested pm me and I'll send some pics of the wood once it's down...
  6. ***** FREE WOOD WASTE DISPOSAL ***** Tipping site is based in South Green just off Detling Hill (A249). I require a regular supply of wood chippings and logs. I have a large area where chippings/logs can be tipped. So if you have any chippings, whole trees, stumps, logs or trunks that you need to get rid of after a job, you can tip with me on a FREE basis - please give me a call.
  7. MSQ

    Suzi

    Hello, We are a domestic site, looking to take some chipped wood for garden bed mulching purposes. Looking forward to hearing from you! Best, Suzi
  8. Steven1

    Sinnot Road Allotment

    The address is Sinnott Road Allotments on Gurney Close. The entrance is at the large green gates. If nobody is on site please call me for access to the site. Please leave the chips to the far right of the car park, opposite the main building. Please try to avoid blocking any access paths or tipping on to any allotment plots.
  9. CTomlinson

    Milltown Farm

    Accepting timber and non toxic reasonably clean chippings Very easy to tip, big yard with turning space. Can accept 8 wheelers, artics can be arranged.
  10. Steven j

    Eden valley glamping

    Glamping site looking for wood chips for paths can accept logs aswell
  11. Rich_piper

    Land Adjacent Byways

    TIP LOCATION IS NOT THE HOUSE!!! Site access is gated and will require unlocking ahead of your arrival. Drive in access and tip off, nice and easy. I can arrange open access in advance of your anticipated arrival, just phone ahead and I will make sure the site in unlocked. Thanks
  12. Dan Osborne

    13 Manor Gardens

    This is my private home. I'm looking to use clean wood chip for garden / allotment mulch and logs for landscaping and composting. Can leave this on drive way with prior arrangement by phone.
  13. Woods

    Garden project

    Family home. Looking to recycle garde waste for large garden project
  14. Mrs Beard

    Little Court

    Tip half way down drive way on tarmac pull in, which widens out on right hand side. It’s the large area next to the white barn.
  15. woodchip pile is clearly separate from timber pile please offload respectively and leave tidy someone is normally around the site if any issues please call for guidance, roots and cuttings etc can be taken separately by negotiation at cost
  16. Deborah Kieboom

    TTouch Homestead

    We can offer a free tip site for all tree surgery waste, wood chippings and waste timber. We are a smallholding with livestock, specifically goats so if logs/wood chip contains Rhododendron, Yew, Privet, or anything else known to be toxic to animals then please let us know ahead of time so we can store/use it separately. Please call ahead for access. There are two possible dump locations depending on amount/type and whether animal safe.
  17. First post so I hope that I have done it in the right section... I run a small sole trader garden maintenance business that is still in it's start-up period. When ever I have done bush clearance, tree pruning, small tree removal, hedge cutting and removal I have always just dragged the waste to my trailer and taken it to the local tip to dispose of the waste using my trade waste licence. But from now on things have changed at the local tip making it very hard to get rid of any volume of waste. I also get the impression that trade waste will soon be refused. I have not budgeted for this change and it looks like I will need to get my first chipper... I am looking to get a 4" / 100mm chipper that I can get in to residential properties and transport around fairly easily. I would therefore be grateful for some advice on what to go for. I don't want anything that is cheap and nasty One option I have been looking at is the Greenmech CS100 but I had not budgeted for this situation. So is it worth breaking the bank for one or is there equally as good cheaper options with a good engine? Also is there any creative advice on off loading the wood chippings with out paying to dispose of them at the local tip? (I should point out that I operate from a residential location so I can't store them to sell on to customers further down the road). All advice is welcome
  18. Pulled a windblown tree out of a marsh with my little tirfors recently, guy wanted it crosscut and stacked and this is what I came up with. We bought three 8x4 panels for €75 total, and made an open box, 8' wide and 4' tall. This was going to be far too big, so we cut the panels down to make two smaller boxes. I put several wire stays in as I filled them, to stop the bulging. On reflection, I might have been better to bend the panels onto a circle, more volume per panel. Handy things, never rust, light to move around, stores flat, zip-tied together they easily modified.
  19. Hello, I was wondering if any of you know where we can buy several hundred slices of wood ranging from 5cm-45cm diameter. The wood must be sustainable. These will be used for painting onto. Hope you can help us!
  20. until
    7 September 2017 2017’s Confor Woodland Show is the biggest, most exciting show yet with an extended field demonstration area offering exhibitors the space and flexibility they need. Alternating with Confor’s APF Exhibition, the Confor Woodland Show provides an excellent platform for those working in the industry to meet existing and potential customers, buy and sell. See you at Longleat on 07/08 September. Book your advance ticketnow! The show will be visited by • Forest owners and growers • Farmers with woods • Landowners • Forestry professionals and contractors • Timber buyers and processors • Potential owners of woods • Arboriculturalists • Anybody with an interest in the rural environment Exhibitors include • Manufacturers/distributors of forestry machinery and equipment • Forest advisory and management services • Nurseries and makers of forest products • Wildlife and conservation bodies • Suppliers of wood heating Tickets -prices at gate (per day): £10 standard / £5 students / children free 125 standard advance tickets and 50 student advance tickets are available for each day. http://www.confor.org.uk/about-confor/confor-woodland-show/ showseminars-18july.pdf
  21. We are working on a school project and are looking for some thick slices of log to create a woodland seating area. We will need enough for a class of children. Any donations or spare cuts you may have would be greatly appreciated. We are based on Sandy Lane but can collect.
  22. 450 tonnes of beech wood for sale in the South Oxfordshire area Please call 07572691787 for more information.
  23. Hi All, I've got some lovely 2 1/4" Ash for a new worktop for a bathroom - the sink will be a freestanding bowl to sit on top of it. I'm also going to make some floating shelves out of the offcuts once the worktop is jointed. What is the best treatment to seal it from the moisture? I want to stain it slightly to fit with the darker beams and floor, but then seal it - ideally with a matt finish. Many thanks,
  24. Hi, My name is Siewart and I am coming from the Netherlands, I am going to do the 9 week tree surgery course on Merrist Wood in April. I am looking for a place to stay. What do you reccomend? Also do you have some tips or so for when I do the course? Thanx alot. Greetings, Siewart
  25. We have a large stock of potato crates for sale. Made of pine planks, 7in x 1.5in in varying lengths. Suitable for firewood, shabby chic design etc. Images can be provided if requested. Dimensions:153cm x 119cm x 114cm 70kg in weight. Not standard size, but if using for firewood etc this would not matter. The crates have been used to store potatoes only. £20 inc VAT each, collection from North Norfolk. Delivery can be arranged depending on quantity required and cost calculations. Discounts considered if purchased in bulk. Please contact Christian at The Big Prawn Company on: Phone: 01263 860303 Email: chughff@bigprawn.com

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