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Renewable Wood Solutions

Striking a balance between
cost and sustainability

Which wood disposal option is best for your utility?

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KOPPERS RECOVERY: RENEWABLE WOOD SOLUTIONS

Koppers Recovery: Renewable Wood Solutions

Our industry experts will help you find the best disposal option for your company

From poles to pallets, Koppers Recovery provides utilities all across the nation with environmentally friendly, turnkey solutions for all forms of wood waste disposal. We help you identify the best solution based on the realities of cost, commitment to sustainability, legal compliance and any logistical restrictions or opportunities available to you. At Koppers Recovery, our driving purpose is to find the best wood disposal option for your company, one that strikes a true balance between cost and sustainability.

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AVAILABLE DISPOSAL OPTIONS:

option 1 ‐

Biomass
Fuel

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option 3 ‐

Wood Waste
Recycling

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option 2 ‐

Waste-To-Energy
Incineration

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option 4 ‐

Landfill Gas
Recovery (LFG)

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CUSTOMER CASE STUDY: WOOD WASTE RECYCLING

Eversource Energy

Eversource Energy serves over 4M customers throughout the Northeastern United States. With 72,000 miles of distribution lines, Eversource regularly undertakes a significant pole replacement program resulting in the need for a cost effective and environmentally sustainable disposal program. In addition, weather-related events also create the need for quick response crews to dispose of downed pole debris so that power can quickly return to Eversource’s customers.

Customer CASE STUDY: WASTE-TO-ENERGY INCINERATION

PEPCO
An Exelon® Company

Pepco Holdings, a subsidiary of Exelon, operates multiple subsidiary utilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States serving nearly 850,000 customers across a service territory stretching 640 square miles.

Customer CASE STUDY: WOOD WASTE RECYCLING

Texas Electric Cooperatives

Texas Electric Cooperatives (TEC) is the nation’s largest electrical cooperative serving 70+ member co-ops throughout Texas. Historically TEC members established their own pole disposal programs. However, as liability and employee safety issues became more relevant, TEC looked to provide their members with a turnkey solution for the pick-up, removal and disposal of used poles, reels and other wood waste.

Customer CASE STUDY: Wood Waste Recycling

Gulf Coast Electric

Gulf Coast Electric Co-op (GCE) maintains roughly 2500 miles of distribution lines along the western coast of Florida.  When Hurricane Michael ravaged this region, nearly 2000 poles were destroyed requiring immediate disposal.