TiEnergy LLC is a member of the Midwest family of Companies. We provide sustainable solutions for treated wood disposal and recycling programs. We partner with Class 1 freight carriers, railroads, commercial and industrial companies, and contractors to safely repurpose out-of-service creosote-treated wood. Which includes crossties, utility poles, and pallets into biomass fuel chips for cogeneration incineration plants and TIEROC for Management of landfill operations located throughout the Midwest region. Connect with TiEnergy and Midwest Companies and enhance your sustainability programs with point-of-service grinding and recycling services and reclaimed wood products.
Railroad Tie & Treated Wood Sustainable Solutions
We turn discarded railroad ties from our nation’s railroads into sustainable fuel chips and supply a clean, alternative energy source to cogeneration plants.
Railroad Tie Collection and Transportation
TiEnergy and Midwest Companies utilizes a robust trucking and mobile transportation fleet to divert recyclable wood materials to our grinding facility.
Railroad Tie Processing & Recycling
TiEnergy, Midwest Companies, and our premier partnership with Ties² provide a State-approved and environmentally conscious method to safely dispose and repurpose creosote and pentachlorophenol treated wood. Our sustainable crosstie management solutions create cogeneration fuel and TIEROC.
TIEROC for the Management of landfill operations.
Mobile Railroad Tie Grinding Services – We provide mobile wood grinding recycling services for a variety of industrial creosote-treated timber, including, utility poles, bridge timber, railroad cross ties, and construction crane mats. TIEROC is used as an alternative to rock & stone in landfills through the Midwest Region.
Cost-Effective, Sustainable Solutions for Cogeneration Fuel & Landfill Management
A joint venture between TiEnergy LLC, a member of the Midwest family of companies, and Ties². Watch a video and see how our process works – from railroad tie pickup and transportation to the recycling and grinding facility.