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More Information Uses Of Wood Waste
Wood waste is the portion of the wood including pruned branches, stumps from the streets and park maintenance. The other places where one can find wood waste including any construction site and during clearing of demolitions. It is therefore important to dispose the wood waste properly from the unwanted sites to prevent catastrophic events and any unwanted calamities that may arise from the waste. 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. Other markets are available for the wood waste and therefore special attention should be given to how the wood waste is disposed of.
Various forms of fuels including solid, liquid and gas fuel can be extracted from the wood waste that has been disposed of. 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 feasibility of the briquettes normally depends on the market conditions locally and the quantity of the products.
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. Charcoal can also be produced from the wood waste and they are an alternative source of income and employment. 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.
The wood disposal that including burning it to heat the house is environmentally beneficial and it doesn’t pose dangers when disposed of inappropriately. Neighboring business get the access of heat when needed as a result of large scale production of heat from the waste of woods. The heat supplied to the various business thus becomes a commodity and can be used to generate income in return. Small scale schemes can use sophisticated equipment to turn the wood waste into heat and power for their benefits. As a result of the wood waste being of no use as a building material, it can be used in the compost and mulch to enrich the soil too with nutrients.