woodchipper

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Related to Tree chipper: Wood chipper

wood·chip·per

 (wo͝od′chĭp′ər)
n.
A power-driven machine for cutting wood into chips.
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In August, a 30-ton tree chipper worth $150,000 to $170,000 was set ablaze as it was parked along an access road leading from the park's Mount Elam Road entrance.
A Retro-Guy is allowed to seek professional help for major mental stress such as drug/alcohol addiction, death of your entire family in a freak tree chipper accident, favorite bird dog expiring, etc.
It looks awful, like a development project," Loflin, a biologist, shouts over the grinding noise of the tree chipper.
But we all learned to compost, and I think we knew it was just a matter of time and figuring out the logistics before we implemented this kind of program,'' said Schutz, who has for years disposed of her tree trimmings by using a tree chipper to convert the branches to mulch.
A tree chipper follows, reducing limbs and small logs to chips, which it spews into a waiting 10-cubic-yard "brush truck.
If you don't find a recycling program, cooperatively rent a tree chipper with neighbors and grind all your trees on the same day.
FITCHBURG - Investigators are offering a reward for information into the apparent arson fire that destroyed a 30-ton tree chipper early yesterday in Coggshall Park, days after the equipment was moved to its highly visible location.
It's nearly impossible to find additional heavy equipment like trucks, loaders and tree chippers during disasters," said Josh Skolnick, company Founder and CEO.
The company, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2007, hosted its Demo Days event during a stretch of beautiful late summer weather, as invited guests, dealers and prospective dealers toured the Morbark factory and a nearby proving ground, where whole tree chippers, horizontal grinders and tub grinders were on display.
Another market that Logan heard from was tree chippers.