Has anyone used Chip drop?

This is a service that matches up arborists with individuals wanting free wood chips. They are active in the U.S. and Canada at Chipdrop.in. The site asks that you specify any types of chips that you won’t accept, what types of wood shouldn’t be used around fruit?

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Anne,
Entering Chipdrop.com goes to a Facebook page,that looks to be something other than wood chips.
The site may be chipdrop.in
Brady

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Brady: yikes! Thanks for correcting that.

Perhaps black walnut? Cedars if you are growing apples? Can prunus diseases infect from infected prunus species (plum pox, etc)