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Re: Boom time for tree surgery?

Subject: Re: Boom time for tree surgery?
From: Wayne Tyson
Date: May 08 2019 19:14:14
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**Training Event ** Dr Ferenc Divos of Fakopp and Tree Diagnostics Ltd**
Helping demystify Tree Stability and None Destructive Testing of Trees
Using Sonic & Electrical Tomography - Dynamic & Static Loading
June 12th Capel Manor, 13th Batsford Arboretum or 14th Askham Bryan
Book via  https://consultingarboristsociety.com/dr-ferenc-divos-seminar/
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What are your opinions on the feasibility/practicality of getting some
returns from the wood?

Wayne

On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 9:06 AM Jon Heuch <jh@xxxxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:

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**Training Event ** Dr Ferenc Divos of Fakopp and Tree Diagnostics Ltd**
Helping demystify Tree Stability and None Destructive Testing of Trees
Using Sonic & Electrical Tomography - Dynamic & Static Loading
June 12th Capel Manor, 13th Batsford Arboretum or 14th Askham Bryan
Book via  https://consultingarboristsociety.com/dr-ferenc-divos-seminar/
Contact mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com  or Call us 01423 XXXXXX
Come and see us at the Arb Show Stand No T33 *We are here to help*
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The latest paper on ash dieback “Ash dieback in Britain may cost £15
billion.”



has estimated the costs of:



Safety felling (roadside): £2.7 billion

Safety felling (urban): £1.6 billion

Safety felling (lineside): £0.4 billion



arising from ash dieback.



Haven’t quite worked out how they got to these numbers……but sounds like
it’s
going to keep someone employed for a while.



Jon






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