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Gerson Relocation Ltd signs timber recycling agreement

Sep 01, 2015
Gerson Relocation Ltd has signed an agreement with Woods Forever for all its timber recycling needs.
Dean Adde, Operations Managerr for Gerson Relocation commented, ”We have a constant need to dispose of  timbe and, with the need to recycle as much waste material as possible, it’s been great to find a company like Woods Forever who will turn up at the agreed time on the agreed day and carry out the work for a reasonable price. At this time of year, we can fill their truck on a weekly or fortnightly basis as we have so much waste throughput.”

Woods Forever is run by Paul & Sue Mortimer from their base at Stapleford Tawney in Essex. The company has been in operation for over 7 years and has 6 employees.  Apart from Gerson Relocation, their sources for used timber are mainly within the construction industry. Their customers are generally private individuals who use the recycled timber for sheds or garden furniture, although the company also manufactures a range of bespoke pallets. Currently, Woods Forever can sell whatever throughput they can get and any timber they cannot reuse themselves is  chipped and then either used in particleboard or sold on to power stations as fuel  - it’s a 100% recycled operation.

Dean Adde concluded, “We are very pleased to have found a reliable partner who can assist us so much in recycling our waste and move it away from landfill.”

Photo: Paul Mortimerof Woods Forever (left) and Dean Adde, Operations Manager at Gerson Relocations.

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