Points One Need to Know about Proper Wood Waste Disposal
Wood waste is the portion of the wood including pruned branches, stumps from the streets and park maintenance. Construction sites and demolition clearings are some of the places one can find the wood waste. Catastrophic events or unwanted calamities can be cubed through looking for a best way to dispose of the wood waste lying around unwanted areas. During the wood disposal, it is also important to separate the woods treated with chemicals for preservation from insects they may need to be managed using alternative method. Wood waste disposal is given utmost priority because the wood waste has various markets and can be used somewhere else to prevent wastage.
The wood waste that has been disposed can help I the production of solid, liquid or gas fuel is managed properly. Saw dust can be transformed into solid fuel as this aims at reducing the moisture content and reducing the transportation cost. Sawdust can also be turned into briquettes and sold to individual factory gates through the various local outlets. The market conditions locally and the quantity of the products are the two important factors that greatly affect the feasibility of the briquettes.
Wood waste also have a benefit that include production of wood chips but this is mostly applicable to the persons undertaking forestry or where the woodcuts are normally generated in high volumes. Source of income and employment are achieved from the wood waste when they are used to make charcoal regardless of the low returns. Heat, cooling and power can be produced by users when biomass is generated on the on-sites. Fuel bills can be saved during winter and disposal avoided during the summer when heat is generated and incineration experienced as a result of the wood waste.
Environmental benefits are some of the benefits that one gets when they dispose the woods waste properly including burning some small portion to warm the house. Wood waste can be used to produce large scale of heat and be supplied to the neighboring business where heat is needed. The heat supplied to the various business thus becomes a commodity and can be used to generate income in return. When sophisticated equipment is available, the wood waste can be used to for power and heat generation for small scale schemes. The building material can’t be the wood waste therefore it can be used in a compost therefore enriching the soil with nutrients