Sawmill Waste Collection in Berkshire Creates Excellent Animal Bedding

Sawmill Waste Collection in Berkshire Creates Excellent Animal Bedding

By on May 16, 2019 in Sawmill Waste Collection |

P.H Winterton and Son’s sawmill waste collection in Berkshire will create animal bedding that will ensure a comfortable night’s sleep.
Our range of sawmill waste is recycled as animal bedding that can be used in stables for horses and cows plus cages for smaller pets such as hamsters.

Here’s four reasons why using our wood shavings or sawdust bedding is best for your farm –

Non-palatable – This means your animals won’t try to eat this unlike if you used straw which is popular with horses.
Easy to Store – Our wrapped bales are easy to store and handle, meaning you can stock up on our animal bedding.
Eco-friendly – Because we use sawmill from waste materials you will be doing your bit for the environment using a recycled product.
Highly absorbent – Our Cheshire Choice equine bedding is made from 100% wood shavings giving it excellent absorbency levels.

Driving Superb Sawmill Waste Collection in Berkshire

Here at P.H Winterton and Son, we operate a fleet of 30 to 45 feet articulated trailers all fitted with return air systems meaning we can collect large amounts of sawmill waste from your site anywhere across the country.
If you’re a smaller joinery outfit we can offer a 20-foot hook lift filter skips that can be collected on a regular basis.
We also offer 20-foot open top waste skips that can be used for wood chips, pallets, off-cuts and general waste.

Leading the Way for Sawmill Waste Collection in Berkshire

Now in our 60th year we have been leading the way in the agricultural industry for animal bedding and in recent years developed the production of biomass fuel using A Grade wood.
Biomass fuel is set to dominate the energy market in the coming years as we look for alternatives to fossil fuels such as coal to power our homes.
If you’d like to know more about sawmill waste collection in Berkshire please get in touch today.