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The majority of people associate garden waste with regular waste removal. This is not the case. Yard waste is not only distinct from the regular garbage and debris but must be dealt with separately with different methods. Yard waste differs in several ways: some can be reused or recycled to be used for daily use. Rather than wasting limited, available space in our local landfills, it is best to use yard waste in any feasible way.
This is something that our office is very confident about. If you’re interested in our services, want to be more informed about recycling, or have simple questions, we’re here. It’s as easy as calling our office.
Understanding What Yard Waste Is
Because most people are conditioned to think of yard waste as typical rubbish and garbage disposal, they don’t know what yard waste is. You must think of vegetable and organic matters when you consider yard waste.
Organic matter and vegetable matter accumulate after maintaining and caring for your lawn, hence the term yard waste. This can be anything from grass clippings and fallen branches of your trees dead flowers, plants, nuts, apples, walnuts, mulch, etc. Old holiday trees like Easter and Christmas trees could even be considered yard debris.
You may be surprised to learn that yard waste makes up a considerable portion of the waste disposed of in dumps and landfills. There is honestly no need to put this kind of trash there despite this. It’s a better option for many.
What You Can Do With Your Yard Waste
If yard waste doesn’t have to be dumped in landfills or dumps, What else can you do with it? This is an excellent question and one we are happy to answer. There are many different ways to recycle this type of waste, starting with getting in touch with us if you’re down to it.
Waste Management: We are a full-service yard waste removal service that provides dedicated collection services for yard waste. Most cities will offer businesses and residents unique disposal bags or buckets for this type of organic waste. This is usually taken care of by a separate municipal collector. There are also plenty of privately operated and run removal services like ours. We’ll discuss our services later, but all you need to know now is that they’re here and available for you to utilize.
Composting: Given that most yard waste is biodegradable, most of it can be used to make compost. It can be used as essential nutrients for feeding your plants, mulch, and garden. It is important to note that one has to be careful when using this method because the disease is always possible. There is a good chance that the dead grass clippings or plants are infected with unwanted illnesses. Most of the time, a quick visual inspection can determine if this is the case or not.
Recycling of Grass Did you know that you could nourish your lawn naturally without composting by taking advantage of grass clippings? You can! All you need to do is sprinkle them over your lawn or mulch, and it will be able to supply the soil with vital nutrients.
Mulching Speaking of mulch, various kinds of yard trash can be used to make mulch. If you are in a suburb or large community with an association, you can inquire with them to see whether they provide a community chipper. Some communities offer communal chippers to residents. You can grind up branches and twigs to turn them into mulch that can be used to nourish your lawn.
Year-Round Waste Removal
Even though you’re not obliged to mow and cut your lawn in the winter months, it doesn’t mean that there won’t be any lawn waste. There’ll likely be more fallen leaves and branches at this time. Unfortunately, the weather can make it more difficult to reach the area and get rid of the trash yourself.
This is where our services can prove helpful. We can provide year-round garbage removal. Whether a piping hot summer afternoon or cold weekend night, we’ll dispatch a professional removal team to your home to collect the trash and then take it away.
We Bag And Tag
This is another aspect where our services differ from our competition. We don’t just make you bag your waste and put it on the curb. While it is possible, we’ll physically come to the property, bag the waste then, label it, and remove it. Not all people have the resources to bag their trash or the time to do it.
And that’s okay. We comprehend, and that’s why we are more than willing to offer a full-service removal for anyone interested. If you’d like a non-contact displacement, we’ll be able to provide you with this as well. All you have to do in this situation is bag the trash, label it, set it out on the curb, and call us.
Protected With Insurance
One of the biggest problems of the business of removing yard waste is that anyone can do it. All it takes is a strong back and the right equipment. Some situations might require special consideration and care, but in most cases, getting rid of yard waste is simple. However, we constantly strive to conduct ourselves with the highest professionalism possible and ensure that our employees follow the same guidelines.
This is one of the reasons we have insurance policies. If someone is injured during the work, or objects are damaged or stolen, you don’t have to fret.
We have specific policies to ensure that we are protected from these particular scenarios. This isn’t something many companies can affirm. Although they might not charge more, you’ll get this kind of guarantee. It’s a guarantee that can’t be ignored these days.
If you have questions, would like to schedule an in-home consultation, get an estimate, or require a chat with anyone, feel free to call our office in your area to give us a ring. We always have people standing by.