If you’re considering a large gardening job that will produce a large amount of waste, consider disposing of appropriately.
There are various cheap and eco-friendly ways of doing so
Here are some helpful tips on how to dispose of your garden junk:
#1 Home composting
Being able to compost at home is an environmentally friendly and inexpensive way of dealing with waste.
Turning items such as trees, plants and grass into free fertiliser
This can be done by using a compost bin – available online and in most garden centres.
Or why not create your own!
#2 Incinerators and Bonfires
Bonfires are the most suited option for dry junk such as leaves, cuttings and sticks.
Although, it can leave a large amount of smoke – not very pleasant if you have neighbours!
Whilst an incinerator is used at a higher temperature, there is not as much smoke.
We recommend doing this method early in the morning or late at night.
#3 Garden waste clearance companies
Not all garden waste is recycled that easily.
Using a clearance company will aid you in removing more significant amounts of rubbish.
Choosing the right garden waste clearance provider at reasonable rates can be difficult.
One that took our interest was Rubbish.me
They provide excellent rates whilst keeping environmental ethics
#4 Recycling centres
Taking a trip to your local recycling centre is always a great idea.
Again, when dealing with large amounts of waste that won’t fit in your curbside bin.
However, the downside to this is that it can be vastly time-consuming and messy!
Garden skips are always helpful for extensive scale work within your garden.
Depending on the size and how much needed taking away, you can hire them.
You will need an ample space within your property for it to be placed – or a permit on the road.
#6 Try flogging some junk
Why not earn some money?
Not all junk can be sold or given away!
However, things such as wooden logs have some renewable use to them.
People are willing to pay good money for logs – for things such as stoves and bonfires.