How To Deal With Green Waste –
Green waste or yard waste, as some people call it, is waste accumulated in your yard such as leaves, branches, grass clippings, and twigs. Every year, we produce huge amounts of green waste and while most of it is recycled, a significant portion ends up in landfills. What’s more, organic waste produces methane when it breaks down which is extremely harmful. Methane is called Green House Gas and it’s more harmful than CO or carbon monoxide.
The good news is that we can all do our part in reducing green house gasses and green waste. One of the ways you can do this is by using a green bin. Green bins are provided by local waste collection companies and are meant for disposing of green waste.
You can collect green waste such as grass clippings, twigs, and even fruits and vegetables (depending on your city) and recycle it. Your local waste collection company can pick it up and recycle it.
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Another way you can help the environment is by composting green waste. All waste that is organic and biodegradable can be turned into compost. This can include grass, scraps of fruits and vegetables, and even eggshells. Do not put meat products or dairy into your compost.
Also, when trimming your lawn, you can leave the grass trimmings right there to break down by itself. Instead of throwing away all that grass (which makes up a huge portion of green waste), just leave it there and in about two weeks, they will disappear.
If you don’t have a green bin or you have huge amounts of green waste, you can contact a waste removal company such as Ready2Go Dumpsters to collect your green waste and recycle it for you.
We will transport your green waste to a recycling center in your city where it will be recycled or moved to a landfill. Hiring a waste removal service is also a great option if you don’t have the time to maintain your lawn and dispose of the green waste correctly. Our teams are experienced, professional, and know exactly what to do with all types of waste. Contact us now for more information.