Recycle wood into pathway covers
There are many different ways in which you can use recycled wood and one which is growing in popularity is a recycled wood chip which can be used in parks, gardens and golf courses to mark paths and specific areas of interest. When you consider the number of parks, gardens and golf courses around the UK and around the world there is a massive market for this particular product and it is very environmentally friendly.
Aside from the fact that woodchip is very good for marking out paths and other areas of interest, it also has various attributes which include offering a soft surface and a soft landing. As a consequence, recycled woodchip is often used in children’s playgrounds and other similar facilities where the ability to cushion the blow of anybody who falls onto the surface is very useful and can literally save lives.
When you consider the amount of wood which we all waste each and every year, sending to the tip and leaving unused in our gardens, there is a plentiful supply of woodchip material which can be adapted and used in so many different areas of the modern world. Not only will it save significant money in the short, medium and longer term but it will also ensure that fewer forests are cut down which obviously has an impact upon the quality of the atmosphere around the world.
Written in association with Firesgalore, wood burning stoves