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Past Projects

VILLAGE OF CHATHAM

 

Chatham, IL, was hit by a string of strong storms in early July 2023, starting with a derecho that ran through the central part of the state at the end of June. High winds damaged trees all over the area, resulting in around 100,000 cubic yards of material being collected and dropped off at three area sites by residents, businesses, and the Village of Chatham’s public works.

We sent our crews in August 9 to start grinding the gathered material. As each of the three sites was processed, we hauled the resulting woodchips away to be utilized for a variety of beneficial re-use.

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Hurricane Florence Clean-up

CARTERET COUNTY

Hurricane Florence, a Category 4, hit North Carolina in September 2018. AgriCycle ground 1.2 million cubic yards of storm debris and managed 7 yards spread across Carteret County over a six month period.

Hurricane Florence Clean-up
St. Louis Arch Grounds Clearing

ST. LOUIS GATEWAY ARCH

AgriCycle cleared roughly  1,200 trees from the St. Louis Arch Grounds over a five day period in early 2015.

St. Louis Arch Grounds Clearing
Ferguson Tornado Clean-up

FERGUSON, MO

After Ferguson’s May 2015 tornado, AgriCycle provided 9 collection trucks and trailers with grapple loaders to load, haul and dispose of 63,882 cubic yards of vegetative debris from city right-of-ways.

Ferguson Tornado Clean-up
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