Wood Waste Disposal
More and more manufacturing plants and industries are turning to wood waste green-friendly disposal companies to solve their problem.
South Carolina Wood Waste Management will go to anyone who is hauling off waste wood and help them to reduce their disposal cost while being eco-friendly.
Who benefits from pallet recycling or pallet disposal?
Our clients include manufacturers, industrial plants, those in the shipping and transportation industry and more. Feel free to give us a call to discuss our pallet recycling, pallet disposal, and wood waste management options.
Serving Charleston, North Charleston, Moncks Corner, Summerville, Hanahan, Johns Island, West Ashley, Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, Mount Pleasant, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, James Island, Goose Creek and neighboring cities in South Carolina.
Wood Waste Management
South Carolina Wood Waste Management recycles wood waste into a viable eco-friendly product in a cost effective manner. We feel that depending on the type of industry you have we are often able to reduce disposal cost by 30-60%.
We can get more in a roll-off container and decrease the amount of air or space taken up by traditional methods. Our process also decreases labor cost associated with breakdown of materials and loading.
Wood Waste - Recycling Wood - Roll-Off Boxes
By using roll-off boxes for collecting wood waste from our customers it becomes easier to collect wood, sort it, deliver it, and decreases loading and unloading time. Every time one of your employees has to touch a pallet or crate it costs you more in the disposal process.
Wood Chips for Landscape Colored Mulch
Another option that we offer is to dispose of wood waste via our colored mulch business. Our company will accept the wood chips for free or they can be processed on site and turned into colored mulch for use at your facility. Other uses for these wood chips include oil absorbent, erosion control and beautification of surrounding property.
Our grinder’s magnet pulls out metals and nails so all you get are nice ground up chips. The colored mulch industry will accept recycling pallets for free, however some industrial manufacturing plants may choose to use them on their property.