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Question DetailsAsked on 5/12/2014

who can i get to pick up and dispose of tree stump grindings in Massachusetts?

I had a lot of tree stumps ground down last year and now there are so much of them I need them removed.
What type of service can I pay to do this for me?

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Pity you did not have the grinding service remove them - though in most cases you would just spread them around thin enough to avoid killing the grass, and with the addition of a bit of fertilizer (wood chips soak up nitrogen from the biosystem) they would biodegrade into the soil with no problem.

If you do not have a place on-site for spreading them as a border or walk or as plant mulch and cannot collect them together and safely and legally burn them, then a tree removal company (who would normally remove them during a tree removal/stump grinding job), a landcape or lawn care company, or a trash cleanup and removal contractor, in probably decreasing cost order. Search the List for your choice and check out reviews, then start calling around.

I suspose it is remotely possibly you could Craigslist them for free and someone would come and collect it up and haul it away for trail or border or mulch use.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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