28 March 2018
What should you do with the garden waste? This is a daunting thought for most people who own their own garden. When you put in a new garden, clean out your flowerbeds or take down a lot of decorative edging, you are producing lots of garden waste that won’t all fit in your recycling bin and you have to know where all that rubbish can legally go.
Green waste is the most common type of garden rubbish. This type of waste includes piles and piles of plant matter, soil or seed that you need to dispose of. There are a few things you can do to dispose of green rubbish.
- Recycle garden waste for other purposes on your property
- Hire a collection service to dispose your green waste
Recycling is obviously the best way to dispose of green garden waste. You can put it into a compost pile along with selected kitchen waste. This compost can be used to nourish your plants in a garden or flowerbeds. You can also lay some green waste directly over flowerbeds or garden surfaces to enrich the ground slowly over time. You do have a few options, but are they the best solution for you?
Concrete, Wood, Plastic Materials
Decorative borders, old edging, landscaping timbers, decking materials, busted up concrete and other types of rubbish are also considered green junk. When you tear down a deck or do other large landscaping projects you are likely to be faced with huge piles of material that needs hauled away. Unused garden tools, equipment and your old garage are also a type of garden waste.
The easiest way to dispose of them is to call a London based private collection service as they cannot be recycled easily. It won’t cost much to hire a garden waste clearance service provider to come to your home and remove the waste. They will dispose of the garden waste properly and you won’t have to worry about a thing! London Junk will be more than happy to do this for you and save you the hassle of making many trips to the land fill or the expense of hiring a skip.