Greenway Recycling harvests the truly Urban Forest and is the last stop for worn-out wood. We get the dregs of the world of wood, mostly pallets, broken framing from demolition, concrete forms, partially burned wood from salvage, dunnage from the docks, small off-cuts from construction, tree trimmings, etc. Wood is also a large part of our recoverable waste stream. With the help of our 600HP chipper, we chip these odd lots of material into a new 2nd tier commodity called Hog Fuel, primarily used at paper mills here in the Northwest to fuel their boilers. When Hog Fuel is used, it replaces either Natural Gas or virgin wood chips from the forest.