Rethinking the urban tree life cycle.
- 1 City trees often become riddled with disease and pests.
- 2 Disposing of dead trees is expensive and contributes to climate change.
- 3 Planting new trees to replace fallen ones can be costly.
Cities can turn fallen trees into revenue and new tree plantings.
Reduce the costs of hauling dead trees to the landfill and on average, save $53.72 per ton on landfill fees.
To capture and process valuable material, creating economic opportunity and advancing zero waste goals.
Sequester an average of 5 pounds of carbon per board foot of salvaged wood and plant new trees to sequester even more.
Carbon-Smart City Services
How It Works
1. Schedule a Call
Discuss your city’s goals and how we can reduce waste, create new jobs and increase revenue.
2. Partner to Execute
Outline a scope of work and target deliverables.
3. Deliver the Project
Deliver a data driven analysis and/or services to manage wood reuse.