Ecosulis where tasked with the removal of 70 large conifer trees as part of a housing development in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. The project would involve two men on the ground with chainsaws, an excavator with tree shears and a Dutch Dragon Chipper. The trees would be dismantled using the tree shears and the timber chipped to be used as mulch at a later date.
Ecosulis completed the planting of 9000 native broadleaved trees following the clear felling of 16 hectares of Japanese Larch on a site on the edge of Dartmoor. The felling was instigated by the owner as part of their plan to convert the site to a native broadleaved woodland, but the news of sudden oak death Phytophora ramorum infecting Japanese Larch adjacent to the site, focused everyone’s efforts to complete the wo