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Guaranteeing Eco-Friendly Services

Fairington Tree Surgery, Fencing & Landscapes Recycling

At Fairington Tree Surgery, Fencing & Landscapes, we try to reuse and recycle as much as possible. Wherever possible, we like to take waste and have it chipped into mulch. Whether the wood is taken from tree work in Bath or landscaping in Bristol, we aim to recycle. It can then be used within gardens, golf courses or garden centres.

Mulching has a number of different benefits. It can provide your plants with plenty of nutrients; it can help lock in moisture, protect the roots of plants from the cold, and create a barrier against any weeds. We aim to be as environmentally friendly as possible when carrying out tree surgery and landscaping in Bath, Midsomer Norton, Bristol, Wells, Glastonbury, Radstock, and any other location.

We run our vehicles on low sulphur diesel and use biodegradable oil. Low sulphur diesel is cleaner than typical diesel and is refined before use. Sulphur is a natural part of crude oil, which diesel is derived from. It is this that causes soot and is a prime contributor to air pollution. Low sulphur diesel lowers engines' harmful exhaust emissions and improves air quality.

All wood which has been felled by us or taken from landscaping at Fairington Tree Surgery, Fencing & Landscapes can also be reused. If the client does not want to keep the wood, then it can be taken to our yard to be split, stacked, and stored for a season. It is then sold as firewood the year after. We aim to preserve wherever possible and believe in prevention rather than cure.

If you are looking for fencing, landscaping or tree surgery services in and around Bath, Bristol and Radstock in United Kingdom, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Fairington Tree Surgery, Fencing & Landscapes.

Environmental Information

All of the tree surgery, landscaping and fencing work carried out in Bristol and Bath by our team at Fairington Tree Surgery, Fencing & Landscapes comply with The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981. The WCA is the principal legislation within the UK which is used to protect and conserve our wildlife and its habitat. It is one of the most important pieces of wildlife legislation in this country.

The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 states that it is an offence to do any of the following:

  • Intentionally take or destroy an egg of any wild bird

  • Intentionally take, damage, or destroy the nest of any wild bird while the nest is either currently in use or is being built

  • Intentionally kill, injure, or take any wild bird

The nesting season for wild birds within this country is generally considered to be from the beginning of March to the end of July. If nesting birds are found to be present in a tree then we must not carry out any work on that tree.

If the tree surgery or fencing work around Bath or Bristol has already started and nesting birds are then discovered, we must also stop all work immediately. The work will then be rescheduled for later in the year.

For any other information you may require or for any of the many other services we provide – please check out the rest of our website or contact us directly through our contact page or by phone. 

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