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Wood waste processing

ood waste processing

At Growing Beds we are able to process all grades of wood waste supplied from various sources.


Types of material that we process include:

● Pallet waste
● Construction & demolition waste
● Building waste, clean offcuts etc
● MDF & chipboard

Upon arrival all wood waste is inspected, graded and then tipped into our reception area. At this stage, any litter or non-conforming materials are removed. The material is then stockpiled.

All wood-based materials are shredded using a Doppstadt 3060 slow speed shredder, which also de-bulks and removes any large metal objects prior to going over the Doppstadt HS800 Screening plant. This machine also sizes the wood into its correct product specification as well as removing the majority of small metal contaminants.

Depending on its end user requirements, the newly treated wood chip is then screened to remove the fines element prior to stockpiling to await collection.

Our recycled wood waste is used in the following markets:

● Panel board manufacture
● Biomass

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News

Growing-Beds Recycling Services Ltd wins long-term green waste contract with Local Authority. (April 2017)
Growing-Beds Purchase New Doppstadt HS800 Screening Equipment (August 2017)
Bagged compost is only available from the site to the public at weekends during weekend opening hours.
Bagged compost required during the week needs to be booked in for collection.

Saxlund announces £3.2 million contract with waste wood power station at Twinwoods Heat & Power.

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Opening Hours

Monday-Friday
8am-5pm
Saturday
8am - 4pm
Sunday
9am - 1pm
Public Holidays
9am - 4pm

Site tel: 01234 772841


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