Biomass Power

Biomass Co-generation   Read Article Rawlings wood grinders are currently operating at several of the largest biomass power plants in the United States. Since 1976, we have focused on manufacturing grinding equipment that turns low grade materials like wood waste into valuable fiber commodities like wood fuels. The United States is currently the largest producer of … Continue reading Biomass Power

Sawmills Paper And Pellet Mills

Rawlings offers a complete line up of wood waste processing equipment for sawmill , paper, pulp, pellet and biomass industries to convert and utilize wood residuals into valuable wood fiber products. Rawlings Super Hi-Inertia waste wood grinders provide the crushing and shearing power needed to handle really tough jobs, like green waste, cypress, redwood, cedar, poplar … Continue reading Sawmills Paper And Pellet Mills

Compost And Mulch Facilities

Utilizing a Rawlings 460 Electric Stationary Wood Grinder and the state of the art in-vessel composting tunnels, Whistler Composting helps move the Whistler community towards its goal of zero waste.  Rawlings designed this complete wood waste processing system complete with a belt in feed and out feed conveyor, metal detector , Rawlings HZX Horizontal grinder, … Continue reading Compost And Mulch Facilities

Wood Waste Recycling

Rawlings  is a leading manufacturer of custom wood waste recovery systems utilizing Urban Waste that normally ends up in a landfill into renewable energy. Utilizing the ground up wood (Hog Fuel) for biomass co-generation projects, sawmills, pulp, paper, pellet, cement plants, wood waste recycling and compost facilities. Rawlings Wood Hogs offers a complete line of wood waste processing … Continue reading Wood Waste Recycling

Forestry Slash

Each year an estimated 16 million green tons or more of wood is removed from urban lands as a result of pests, wind storms, construction, hazard trees and other factors. That amount is comparable to the total annual harvests from national forests each year. Much of this wood ends up in landfills, wasting potential resources … Continue reading Forestry Slash