Wood is a common material humans use in daily life. Just like wood, Wood waste is a precious resource that is abundantly available in the forest and woodcraft business. Wood waste is applicable for repurposing, material recycling or energy production, depending on the quality grade.
The term “waste wood” includes all woods and wood-based products that have come to the end of their product lifespan and therefore fall under the definition of waste.
Wood waste recycling is the process of turning waste wood into usable products. Products generated from scrap wood recycling are used in such sectors as paper production, panel board production, wood pellets, energy production, and more. Other than the increasing cost of the limited wood resources, the rising cost of waste material disposal and a growing consciousness for the environment also contribute to focusing on waste wood recycling.
Yes for sure, most wood waste can be given a second life by reusing as a building material. Wood recycled into mulch for landscaping or pulp for paper production. The worst grade of wood can be used profitably as an alternative fuel. In short, reusing and recycling woods reduces carbon footprint.
To categorize the different types of wood products is imperative, so you can recycle those that are able to be recycled. The specific wood waste recycling process varies depending upon the type of products being recycled by wood recycling centers and the technologies that are employed. If you have a home shredder or a saw at home, we recommend to size reduce the wood waste first before transporting.
Many wood recycling companies simply define wood waste as “clean”, “dryer” or “dirty”, but this is not clear. Also, note that most of the wood waste contains metal like nails and springs.
Wiscon’s successful wood waste management practices and strategies help reduce environmental impacts, save costs and to provide new opportunities.
Ecological impact – The benefit of wood recycling is saving trees and forests. Wood recycling also helps reduce environmental impact by preventing less trash from ending up in landfills.
Save energy – Wood waste recycling helps reduce energy costs. When products are made out of virgin material, energy is expended to extract and process these materials, and that includes burning fossil fuels. Besides, it takes energy to conduct machines to cut down a tree.
New opportunities – Wood waste recycling matches with the ever-evolving customer demand for recycled products. For example, the expanding avenue of renewable power in the form of biofuel. The sources for biomass feedstock include industrial wood waste, lumber yards, industry wood residues, urban tree waste, and municipal solid wood waste, including construction and demolition debris.
GEP Ecotech has a clear objective of wood recycling: ALL CAN BE RECYCLED. Wood waste like furniture, box, keg, chopstick, pallet and trimmings can go into our industrial wood shredder. Our large crushing chamber and sturdy knife guarantee it produces 10-40mm wood chips from 400kg to 5000kg/hr. The customizable screen determines the output size of wood chips. The dedust system ensures the site is free of dust. The end-products are feedstock for panel board, animal beddings and biomass fuel, depending on your infeed materials.
For complete wood waste management, GEP Ecotech provides detailed solutions from primary shredding to crushing, from dedusting to metal removal, from material reception to loading.
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Shredding & Recycling Solution for Different Materials
Benefiting from deep technical strength and years of accumulated experience, GEP Ecotech optimizes the processing technology of different materials to help users improve production capacity, reduce costs, improve safety, and increase profitability.
Paper, metal, plastic, glass, battery, etc.
Mattresses, sofas, wardrobes, chairs, wooden doors, etc.
Rubber tires, automobile tires and other tire rubber products
Mechanical industry cutting chips, grinding debris, waste sand, etc.
Disposable medical devices, post-operative waste products, expired drugs, etc.
Biomass synthesis of corn stalks, straws, shells, etc.
Food waste such as kitchen, bones, leftovers, and vegetable roots
Frozen meat, dead animals, etc.