Interested in Log Disposal? Sell Your Scragg Logs to Edrich
Interested in log disposal? With the escalating costs of fuel and equipment maintenance, bringing low-grade small logs to Edrich Lumber, Inc., could be very beneficial to your company. At Edrich Lumber, Inc., we have expanded our sawmill capabilities, allowing us to receive low grade and short logs. This new expansion enables us to process logs that are 8”-18” in diameter, and as short as 7′ and as long as 22′! By bringing your short and low-grade logs to Edrich Lumber, you are not only cutting back on the cost of shipping and equipment maintenance but you also get paid by Edrich Lumber for your load. Whether it’s a small pickup truckload or a tractor-trailer load, we are ready to receive and pay for your short logs!
- We will pay for all hardwood species including poplar
- Minimum log requirements: 8” diameter, 7′ length
- Maximum diameter 18”, maximum length 22′
- Logs must be straight and free of branches
- All branches must be flush-cut
- Solid knots are acceptable
- Rotted or hollow logs are not acceptable
- Logs need to be green, we will not accept aged logs
- Please do not mix spruce and pine with hardwood
- We will accept and pay for softwoods
Tri-axle/Tractor Trailer Loads:
- $55 per TON for hardwood (poplar, oaks, and mixed hardwood)
- $48 per TON for pine (Spruce,Cypress & Cedar not accepted
- $40 per TON for hardwood (poplar, oaks, and mixed hardwood)
- $33 per TON for pine (Spruce, Cypress & Cedar not accepted)
Our Commitment to Sustainability
Edrich Lumber, Inc., has been purchasing logs from local landowners, land development companies, and arborists for over 50 years. As a member of the Maryland Forest Association and the Maryland Delaware Master Logger Program, we at Edrich Lumber understand that forests are about more than just a supply of raw materials. Forestry is also about more than producing logs for our mill. They can be many different things to many different people. Forests are also home to a tremendous variety of wildlife, producers of clean drinking water, and places for recreation.
To provide these additional benefits through time, along with a steady supply of raw materials, is the essence of true sustainable forestry. In order to help us implement sustainable forestry, Edrich Lumber, Inc. helped form the Maryland Forest Association over three decades ago in order to help the state develop Forestry Principles to guide day-to-day forest management operations.
For more information please go to www.mdforests.org and www.md-demasterlogger.com.