Biofuel and Wood Residues
We are developing our capability in the manufacture of biofuels using residues from forestry harvesting operations and other sources such as wood pallets and material from orchards.
There is potentially 90,000 tonne of forestry residues being produced across the Tasman district every year.
Please get in touch if you would like to collaborate with us as a supplier of residues or a user of biofuels in your operation.
We have a sound understanding of supply chain logistics and costs and have the ability to respond quickly to opportunities arising in the market. We are ready to offer a solution for those who want to use their residues to create value and environmental benefits.
Taylors horizontal grinder is available for grinding and mulching woody bio waste into useful products such as biofuel for boilers, mulch for landscaping, material for soil stabilisation, and bedding or feeding pad material for livestock husbandry.
The CBI 6800 grinder is a mobile unit that can be moved by lowbed to jobs around the region. Being self-propelled it can be readily moved around sites to where the work is.
Since arriving in the region the grinder has had several applications. It is being used at the Waimea Dam to assist with the tree removal operations on the footprint of the dam. Forestry companies are using it to break up harvest residues into small material to take the burden of wood waste off the areas around the harvest sites. Land conversion operations can also benefit from the grinders ability to deal with trees and shelterbelts, such as in urban subdivisions and rural land use change.