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Firewood/Logs (& chips) Available In Milwaukee & Waukesha County (SE Wisconsin)

Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by stheis004, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. stheis004

    stheis004 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Hi everyone, our tree care company recently shifted to do more removals (vs. the pruning we had been focused on) and will be having wood available on a regular basis. Most of our work is in Milwaukee County. We have a large dump trailer that we chip into and then put the wood/logs on top of the chips. If you can only take wood that can work too, but...

    best case scenario is you have an easy in & out spot & want to take both chips and wood of any size (& have lots of room & are ok with occasionally taking some non-desirable wood)

    If you are interested, send me message and we can discuss details. Thanks!
     
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    stheis004 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Looking for a few more places to bring logs and/or chips to (available on a regular basis would be great!)
     
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    I'm 2 miles north of West Bend if you're ever up this way. would take wood and chips. willing to pay something for it as well(gas money)
     
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    I guess NC is a little to far to expect delivery:laugh:. I usually get the power company to dump their wood and chips whenever they are in my area. I'll drag out the wood as I turn the piles of chips and compose the chips for my garden. I usually take 100 to 200 loads before I have to stop them from dumping. It sounds like a lot, but once the chips compost, it amounts to about one or 2 good dump truck loads of compost.
     
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    You are exactly what I’m looking for but yeah, a little too far
     
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