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Bakersfield DPW Electric Conversion Pays Dividends

Morbark | Bakersfield DPW Electric Conversion Pays Dividends

To meet environmental mandates, the City of Bakersfield, Calif., makes a switch from diesel to electric equipment in its green/wood waste processing effort.

Economics mandates that companies, municipalities, and organizations continuously look for ways to improve their efforts, streamline their operation and maximize efficiencies. While the wood and green waste operation run by the Solid Waste Division of Bakersfield’s Dept. of Public Works (DPW) is doing all that, its move from diesel-powered processing equipment to electric-powered machines was driven by another motivation.
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From Crisis to Clean-Up: Wolfpack Wood Recycling Tackles Tough Spillway Site

Tim Dempewolf-Wolfpack Wood Recycling

Wolfpack Wood Recycling’s typical jobs include clearing for subdivisions and orchard removals. The site near the Oroville Dam was not a typical job.

The area near Lake Oroville in northern California had experienced one of the wettest winters on record in 2016-17. When a potential tragedy struck: a large hole opened up in the lower section of the dam's spillway, Wolfpack Wood Recycling and other contractors were called in to help clear the brush and trees from the path of the water.
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New Grinder Ties In Nicely with Company's Green Approach

New Grinder Ties In Nicely with Company's Green Approach

Electric unit helps Tennessee-based TiFuel give discarded railroad ties new life as powerful biofuel.


TC Taylor is not one to tackle any project halfheartedly. As a longtime veteran of railroad-related businesses and the founder and owner of a number of businesses serving that industry, he believes in doing things right the first time.
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Nine Years of Green Waste. One Serious Grinding Success.

Nine Years of Green Waste

Used grinder helps North Dakota firm change gears, tackle massive green waste pile.

The old adage: “never put off until tomorrow what you can do today,” is one of those bits of wisdom which, while seemingly trite, is proven out every day, in life and in business.
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Northwest County Agency Runs Clean and Green Operation

Northwest County Agency Runs Clean and Green Operation

Electric Grinder Helps County Run “Clean and Green”

The Kittitas County Solid Waste department, when faced with a decision to make about its green waste, bucked tradition by replacing a contract grinding service, purchasing an electric grinder, and has been generating its own high-quality compost for better than four years now.
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Texas Company Pushes Ahead

Texas Company Pushes Ahead

New equipment purchases and two composting operation diverting more organic material from landfills

New Earth Soils and Compost has for years been quietly—but impressively—holding its own at its Conroe, Texas, location north of Houston.
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The Secrets of a Successful Logger

The Secrets of a Successful Logger

Timberwolf Logging owner Chris Crowe reflects on what it takes to go the distance through changing times.


Timberwolf Logging operates in the White Mountains. They cut trees for lumber, pulp wood for paper or firewood, and chip the tops for several biomass power plants.
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Morbark Helps TreeWiseMen Grow

Drew Bedingfield, Treewise Men

Tree care company grows business with hard work and hard-working equipment

Drew Bedingfield, a former firefighter, started doing tree care work part-time in 2012. Now, his business, TreeWiseMen Tree Service, in Bluffton, S.C., runs three high-production crews of at least four tree care workers each.
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Grinder is Key Component in New Landfill's Long-Range Plan

Grinder is Key Component in New Landfills Long Range Plan

Morbark Grinder Helps Agency Meet Waste Disposal Needs

Twin Oaks is a state-of-the-art facility that is designed to meet its area’s waste disposal needs for the next 60 years. Greenwaste generated from throughout the area, in the past, was stockpiled then processed by a contract grinder, until the facility opted to purchase its own grinder—a Morbark 4600XL Wood Hog—and take back control of the grinding effort.
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