How to dispose of garden waste efficiently

How to dispose of garden waste efficiently

Everyone knows cleaning a garden is a big job that can create a lot of garden waste. But a bigger job is disposing of the garden waste, especially if you don’t know how to do it properly.

Too often, I see people taking their garden clippings to the dump, thinking they are doing the right thing when it is not very environmentally friendly at all.

As the owner of multiple waste removal companies, I am often asked how to dispose of garden waste efficiently. Today, I will answer this question.

Continue reading to discover some efficient and eco-friendly ways of garden waste disposal.

1. Composting

Compositing is the most eco-friendly way of disposing of garden waste. Through composting, garden waste is turned into compost and other soil materials. This compost is then reused by farmers and the agriculture and landscaping industries.

While composting is great, it is usually not viable for all homeowners. Composting takes up a lot of useful garden space, and it produces a foul smell. Moreover, if done improperly, compost can also attract various pests.

One alternative to composting is to hire a garden waste skip bin, such as those we offer at 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins. With a garden waste skip bin, all you have to do is collect your waste and dump it into the bin. Rubbish removal experts will collect the skip bin and send your waste for composting.

2. Putting it into council green bins

Local councils all across Australia have issued green bins, which I’m sure you’ve seen around your neighbourhood. These green bins are specifically meant for 100% green/garden waste.

The council collects these bins fortnightly and sends it for proper treatment.

While green bins offer an efficient way for garden waste disposal, they are quite small in size. In fact, if you do a proper trim and tidy of your garden, you’ll have to wait for two collections – an entire month – to dispose of all your clippings.

So, if you have more than grass clippings, you will need an alternative, such as a garden waste skip bin.

3. Hiring a garden waste skip bin

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Hiring a garden waste skip bin is by far the most efficient, convenient and eco-friendly way of garden waste disposal. All you have to do is to hire a skip bin from a reputed company such as 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins and a skip will be delivered to your location. Simply fill it with your garden waste and when you’re done, we’ll come and collect the skip and send it to a composting depot.

Our skip bins range in size from 6m³ to 8m³ and are sufficiently large to accommodate waste from large gardens. Moreover, we charge you only on the basis of the amount of waste you fill into our skip bins.

Whatever amount of garden waste you have, hiring a garden waste skip bin is the best way to dispose of it.  With us around, you can count on your garden waste being disposed of efficiently and in an eco-friendly manner.

Conclusion:

If you’re looking for efficient and eco-friendly ways of garden waste disposal, then you have a few options. You can compost waste or dump it into the green waste bins provided by the council. However, hiring a garden waste skip bin is the easiest, most hassle-free and eco-friendly way of garden waste disposal.

To hire a skip bin to dispose your garden waste get in touch with us at 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins. Call us at 07 3343 3030 or book your skip online today!

 



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Green Waste Rules: No logs, stumps, palm Logs, whole trees, mulched trees, or golden cane trunks. Branches must be under 13cm diameter. All green waste must stay under the top rail of the Skip Bin, with nothing poking up.

General Waste Rules: No rocks, bricks, tiles, concrete, pavers, hard wood, paint, chemicals, tyres, carpet,mattress, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.