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Urban tree and woody yard residues

Urban tree and woody yard residues

another wood resource

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trees in cities -- United States,
  • Wood waste -- United States,
  • Wood -- Utilization -- United States,
  • Natural resources -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid B. McKeever, Kenneth E. Skog
    SeriesResearch note FPL -- RN-0290, Research note FPL -- 0290
    ContributionsSkog, Kenneth, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13632603M
    OCLC/WorldCa53398368

    Using Organic Matter in the Garden Charles P. Mazza, Senior Extension Associate, Cornell University Sally J. Cunningham, Extension Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County Ellen Z. Harrison, Waste Management Institute of the Center for the Environment, Cornell University Health of the garden depends on organic matter. What happens below the soil line. Yard waste represents about % of the total municipal waste stream, and urban landscape services produce significant amounts of chipped tree prunings throughout the U.S.. There are over tree service companies in the Seattle-Bellevue area, collecting an average of 10 cu. yd./day of chipped branches and trees.

    Forest residues include tree tops, limbs, and other tree parts generated from forest operations and can provide opportunities for production of bioenergy and bioproducts such as briquettes or biochar [1,2,3].However, a low level of market demand for wood-based energy in the Northwestern U.S. have caused forest residues to be piled and left in the forests and sawmills [].Cited by: 2. Municipal solid waste (MSW) is a source of biomass material that can be utilized for bioenergy production with minimal additional inputs. MSW resources include mixed commercial and residential garbage such as yard trimmings, paper and paperboard, plastics, rubber, leather, textiles, and food wastes.

      Treatment of biowaste, the predominant waste fraction in low- and middle-income settings, offers public health, environmental and economic benefits by converting waste into a hygienic product, diverting it from disposal sites, and providing a source of income. This article presents a comprehensive overview of 13 biowaste treatment technologies, grouped into four categories: (1) Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Resource potential of wood-based wastes in the United States}, author = {McKeever, D B}, abstractNote = {Large amounts of waste are generated in the United States annually. Although much of this material is indeed waste, an increasing share is becoming a valuable resource. Wood is usually thought of as a renewable, not a recyclable, resource.


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The latter includes whole trees and parts of trees and shrubs removed from urban areas. Combined with the U.S. annual yields presented here, approximately 54% of the urban trees and woody yard residues available may be going into U.S. landfills. Discussion U.S. potential for increased urban tree and urban wood waste recoveryCited by: The major wood residue streams include timber harvesting and processing residues (woody forest residues and primary timber processing mill residues), urban wood waste (construction and demolition.

include logs, branches, and brush from urban tree removals and land clearing for construction, farming and industrial projects. Large amounts of wood wastes, residues and solid wood are generated annually in the United States. According to McKeever (), in an estimated million metric.

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The two major sources of urban wood residues are the woody portion of municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition debris.

Of the million dry tons of urban wood residues generated annually, about million dry tons are eco-nomically and physically recoverable (McKeever, ). Urban tree removals are identified as a crucial part of the urban wood waste stream in the wood recycling campaign in the San Francisco Bay area.

The above examples illustrate that the emphasis is put on trees and yard waste as urban wood waste, while wood from MSW stream and C&D debris are : Tiffany M.W. Mak, Lei Wang, Lei Wang, Daniel C.W. Tsang. vi Contents.

4 Urban tree roots: Problems and peculiarities, Sandra Korn Damages to and influences on the root system of urban trees, 36 Site conditions, 36 Human activity, Sources of Woody Biomass Waste wood and industry by-products are good candi-dates for woody biomass sources because they are in-expensive and do not represent added pressure on local forests.

Unfortunately, FIA data only include forestry residues and not urban waste or by-products. County-level yields of logging residues across the South vary.

Biomass is plant or animal material used for energy production (electricity or heat), or in various industrial processes as raw substance for a range of products. It can be purposely grown energy crops (e.g. miscanthus, switchgrass), wood or forest residues, waste from food crops (wheat straw, bagasse), horticulture (yard waste), food processing (corn cobs), animal farming (manure, rich in.

Mulches created from branches and tree trimmings often contain a diversity of leaves, wood, and bark, which contributes to a highly functional mulch. In contrast, woody mulch made from wood recovered from construction and demolition debris can contain pressure-treated lumber.

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