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City suffers from wood chip overflow

Bismarck - City officials rented a wood chipper from Oregon for 40 hours, at a cost of $15,000, to grind an estimated 400 tons of wood. The Minot landfill will have far more chips than it can use, sanitation superintendent Jeff Richards said. The...

Bismarck - City officials rented a wood chipper from Oregon for 40 hours, at a cost of $15,000, to grind an estimated 400 tons of wood.

The Minot landfill will have far more chips than it can use, sanitation superintendent Jeff Richards said.

The Minot Landfill gives away wood waste to anyone who wants it for firewood, landscaping or other purposes. People have removed about 100 tons of the wood that has come in since the city last burned in March, Richards said.

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