Oh, it's free, but some might not call it lumber. I mean it's actual WOOD,
Then again, how can you go wrong with many 20 ft "hardwood" 10x10s "
With pics of giant mounds of stacked lumber and even bigger mounds of wood
On Feb 9, 5:06 pm, firstname.lastname@example.orgNoOnSePsAtMar.org (Larry W) wrote:
It's that trade imbalance thing. They don't even want the shipping
containers back. A local sailboat rigging guy, the one I just got my
Emmert vise from, is moving his shop over into containers just bought
a 45' extra tall container in fine condition for $2500 delivered.
Got an email back from the lumber wrangler. The timbers are gone, but he
still has oodles of 4x4s and, of course, the chips.
I was mainly interested in the 4x4s as fireplace wood anyway. For free, it's
worth the experiment.
What can one do with a few thousand cubic feet of wood chips? I don't think
they work for mulch - any other ideas?
Surprised generator of them didn't find an outlet -- altho there may be
no close-enough chipboard or other user to make transport economic.
If not of a toxic or otherwise nasty variety, some use them as
bedding/stall material in animal barns, etc. If it's an uncontrolled
anything goes source, though, that's probably out as an alternative.
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