We love the Boca Raton community and were honored to be represented as superheroes in their Spring Fair. Check out this uplifting article to learn more about how the Women’s Club has come together to celebrate local heroes.
We are so proud to have an amazing team of incredible people who truly care about their communities.
Check out this wonderful article about Art and Vanita’s commitment to restoring Boca Grande to its pre-storm quality. Their dedication is truly a reflection of the mission of Gaston Tree Debris Recycling.
We love the Jacksonville community and are honored to be considered as a solution to the challenges they’ve had with their yard waste.
To learn more, read the article here.
GTDR has been delighted to provide a number of valuable support assets, including knuckleboom trucks, heavy haul transport, and on-site grinders, to help with the hurricane debris clean-up efforts in Baldwin County, AL.
GTDR was proud and honored to help clean up downed trees and tree debris after a recent tornado that hit the historic Oakdale Cemetary in DeLand, FL.
From humble beginnings, Gaston’s Tree Debris Recycling has recycled millions of tons of vegetative debris around the country. The byproduct of this tree debris is turned into premium mulch, chips, or soil which is sold in bulk through Gaston Mulch & Soil, completing a full circle and returning the tree debris back into valuable landscape materials. Check out this incredible video to learn more about our history, our impact, and our legacy.
Our business is the collection, processing, and recycling of trees and other green debris. Our goal is to make the recycling of yard waste as simple as possible for you. Our top of the line equipment allows us to come to you, load, haul and sustainably dispose of debris – no matter the amount or size.
Our team is attending the Governor’s Hurricane Conference in West Palm Beach this year. The GHC is the nation’s largest and best-attended conference of this nature. The focus of the conference is hurricane planning, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation. It’s never too early for us to start preparing for the next storm season! To learn more about the GHC, check out the link below:
Gaton’s Tree Debris Recycling efforts to recycle tree debris from around Florida after Hurricane Irma was highlighted by Tampa Bay’s local FOX station on November 3rd. We are proud to be a Florida-grown company and help our fellow Floridians clean up after the storm!
Gaton’s Tree Debris Recycling helped to remove tree debris from neighborhoods in Jacksonville Beach after Hurricane Matthew. We removed 19 loads of debris from one street alone! First Coast News talked to our project manager about our storm debris clean-up efforts.
Continue reading at First Coast News.
When Bill Gaston got into the tree trimming business as a teenager, he didn’t realize he was building the foundation for, not one, but two family-run companies that eventually would aid disaster relief efforts across the country and fuel the county’s future power plant.
Continue reading the Gainesville Sun.
Gainesville Biomass project signs fuel supply agreement with local wood waste recycler
The Gainesville Renewable Energy Center (GREC) signed a long-term biomass supply contract last week with Gaston’s Tree Debris Recycling, a local wood waste recycler, to supply almost half of the biomass fuel needed for its proposed 100-megawatt biomass plant. All of the fuel supplied by Gaston’s Tree Debris Recycling will come from clean, urban wood waste, which includes biomass materials such as tree trimmings from right-of-way clearings as well as clean, woody debris from land clearing contractors and tree surgeons.
Visit to Wood Resource Recovery Center
Nine miles north of the UF Physical Plant Division lies a 20 acre filled-in wetland. Bulldozers, grinders, trucks, and various other diesel machinery lumber around the yard, but oddly enough they are not preparing another Floridian sub-division; these monster machines are recycling. . …
Continue reading biogas.ifas.ufl.edu.
Wood Resource Recovery Urban Wood Waste Provider
When Bill Gaston, now 62, started working in the tree trimming business, or as he calls it, climbing trees, at 17 he had no idea what his future held. He knew he liked being outside. He knew he was developing a skill that would carry him through life. About age 20, when Gaston realized he was actually in business for himself trimming trees, he still didn’t know what the future held. …
Continue reading www.woodbioenergymagazine.com.