Timberwolf produces an average of 100 semi loads of wood products per week, delivering various products to pulp mills, biomass energy, firewood, and wood mat manufacturing. And the only chippers they run are Morbark.
To meet the steady demand for its bulk and bagged products, New Earth Soils and Compost has beefed up its material processing effort with a number of capital equipment purchases—including a track-mounted wood waste grinder—and has added a second biosolids composting operation.
Calhoun Mulch has essentially doubled one 6600 Wood Hog horizontal grinder’s value and has been able to augment the chipping operation without an additional machine purchase.
A Morbark Electric 4600XL Wood Hog horizontal grinder helps Tennessee-based TiFuel give discarded railroad ties new life as powerful biofuel — and with a significant savings in fuel, maintenance and upkeep costs as well as a reduction in both noise and environmental pollution.
Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency opted to purchase their own grinder—a Morbark 4600XL—and take back control of the grinding effort at Twin Oaks, a state-of-the-art facility that is designed to meet the area’s waste disposal needs for the next 60 years.
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.
Warren Kappen, co-owner and founder of Kappen Tree Service, has teamed up one of the industry’s most advanced hybrid-technology trimming trucks with a low-emission Morbark Beaver chipper. In doing so, he has already seen improvements he planned on—and some he didn’t. Just as importantly, however, he has also seen customer service in action—witnessing some impressive efforts on the part of those suppliers to help bring his idea to life.
Armed with a new Morbark 3800XL Wood Hog, Windsor Disposal Services, Ltd., whose motto is “Our Business is Picking Up,” processes roughly 15,000 tonnes of green waste annually, composts it, and makes the resultant high-quality compost product available to the general public.
To meet environmental mandates, the City of Bakersfield, Calif., makes a switch from diesel to electric equipment in its green/wood waste processing effort.