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Posted by: Al Hambley on 1/20/02 Title: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
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I currently have an excess (100,000 tonnes)supply of excess aspen wood shavings from an Oriented Strand Board mill. Material ranges from 3" to less than 1/4". If anyone has a need for this material please contact me.


Posted by: shel on 1/22/02 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
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While I cannot take the material myself, perhaps I can help by making a suggestion? Having worked in the fungal sciences for a few years, I can safely say that hardwood shavings are a valuable resource for fungal inoculum and/or culture medium. Have you tried contacting any local or provinical mushrooms growers? They may be able to use the entire lot, or at least some of it. Just a thought, I hope it helps.

Posted by: grant belau on 1/24/02 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
Postnum: 41 EntryID:489
check out the waste to power systems as offered by Renewable Energy Corp ( maybe this helps. G.

Posted by: Jatin on 1/28/02 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
Postnum: 41 EntryID:493
Where is the stock located and could i get a small sample of this and the expected price?

Posted by: Andy Levoy on 4/4/02 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
Postnum: 41 EntryID:524
Have you considered using this material for heating & hotwater. My company represents manufacturers that are leaders in turning waste products into energy. That pile of waste is very valuable. If you would like to know more about what is involved contact me, I would be glad to help.

Posted by: Brenda Ellis on 6/12/02 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
Postnum: 41 EntryID:585
I am interested in knowing what came of this. I would also like to contact Andy as I have wood waste from log home manufacturing to look for ways of dispersal. Thanks, Brell

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 12/23/03 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
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We may be interested, but it would have to be contanminant free, no potential metals (shavings, slivers) or chemicals. And the biggest problem would be that it would have to be shipped to Manitoba.

Posted by: Vicki Livasy on 12/28/04 Title: Re: Excess aspen wood shavings (sawdust)
Postnum: 41 EntryID:1283
I own a breeding business in Decatur, IL. Can your shavings be used in horse stalls? Do you have a way to ship? please let me know/

Thank you, Vicki Livasy

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