Woodchips are small pieces of wood that have been created by passing wood through a shredder, breaking it into uniformly sized chips.

Most commonly made from pulpwood, wood plantations, waste wood and residuals from construction, agriculture, landscaping, logging, sawmills and locally grown and harvested fuel crops.

Woodchip can be used for many things including; Mulch – helping plants to retain water and stay warm, Composting material – containing carbon they’re great for building up soil and Fuel – like other products, woodchips make great fuel, especially for starting fires