Mulched trees will be used for local Sound Transit projects

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Photo by Steven H. Robinson


Crews were busy grinding up the debris from the trees that were removed for the 185th Station. A day later the construction crew came in and put up fencing which blocks the view of the site. This is early preparation for the actual construction.

As for the mulched trees, Sound Transit says that it is planning to use the "Hog Fuel wood chips” for job wide erosion control and for the Ronald Bog site development.

The plan is that once we have used the amount we need for the project, we will have a community event where we give away wood chips.



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