Railroad Tie Disposal & Mobile Grinding2019-01-22T08:25:10+00:00

Strategic collection, destruction & disposal services for railroad ties.

TiEnergy provides point of service removal of discarded railroad cross ties with environmentally consistent disposal of materials at co-generation incineration plants located strategically throughout the extended Midwest.

Our Ties2 joint venture is the premier railroad tie recycling program in the nation. We can process up to four million railroad ties per year, turning scrap railroad ties into chips for fuel.

Most recently many landfills are using this consistent size ground-up wood material as an alternative to rock/stone by their trailer tippers. Because the wood absorbs moisture and it is less likely to sink into the mud like rock does. Plus, the more you drive on it, the stronger the surface becomes. Many Landfills are also using it for solidification.

Even more, we can deliver to you approximately 100+ yards of wood, versus approximately 15 yards of rock, which SAVE$ you money on transportation cost.


Mobile Railroad Tie Grinding

Our mobile grinding service can operate anywhere in North America.

With the industry’s largest and most powerful grinding equipment and our own mobile fleet, we can handle any job, large or small, in any area of the country. With more than 25 years of grinding experience, our experts can accomplish any job efficiently, quickly, and safely.

Mobile railroad tie grinding equipment outside of Chicago, IL

Benefits of mobile railroad tie grinding:

  • Less geographically bound
  • Access to incineration and transportation in Midwest
  • Environmentally certified

TiEnergy does not discard cross ties containing creosote materials into landfills. This ensures no leaching of chemicals into ground water.

Railroads we help with cross tie management:

  • BNSF Railway
  • Union Pacific Railroad
  • Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern Railroad
  • Great Lakes Central Railroad
  • Metra

  • Twin Cities Railroad

  • Western Railway

  • Canadian National Railway

  • Canadian Pacific Railroad

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