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We founded Tree Fella Ltd in 1984 and have become a prestigious Arboricultural and Green Waste Recycling Company. With local offices we provide professional high quality tree care throughout East Anglia, London and the Home Counties.
We are an Arb Association approved contractor and committed to providing a professional and quality service to all customers ranging from Councils and large corporate bodies through to domestic tree surgery. We have a fully licensed green waste facility, and the compost produced is PAS100 certified, further enhancing our adherence to quality and high standards. We are also proud to have gained Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor Status and CHAS accreditation, ISO 14001, ISO 9001, ISO 18001, and BSI PAS 100.
Based on our expertise and knowledge we offer a comprehensive arboricultural and silviculture service. This covers all aspects of tree surgery, from planting a single tree, to entire estate tree management and maintenance programmes, including tree surveys by our own qualified consultants. Following the merger with Eastwood Tree Services in Suffolk in 2008, (who bring with them over 20 years experience in the industry), we have increased our coverage to include London, Essex, Kent, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
The additional expertise within our plant health care and recycling divisions have enabled us to develop a range of fully recycled organic mulches to aid in establishment, maintenance and remedial care of trees and plants. We also formed our own recycling division in 1995. With our specialist knowledge and machinery we are able to offer a comprehensive service in the recycling of wood and green waste.
We also specialise in composting organic arisings and our licensed site is able to offer many kinds of soil improver. We provide a green waste recycling facilities for local councils and civic amenity sites as well as trade waste from landscapers and tree surgeons. Our Green Waste Recycling is at the forefront of composting technology. The compost undergoes a rigorous system of composting as specified in the BSI PAS 100 standard.