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Lawn work is bad enough, but when it is combined with yard waste disposal, it becomes a two-person job. Fortunately, property owners have other options when it comes to the disposal of yard debris. Our professional yard waste removal and disposal are available to all our local commercial establishments, homeowners, property management services, and tenants.
As more and more government officials are passing legislation banning lawn debris from entering their local landfills and dumps, disposal of these materials becomes more burdensome for property owners. Fortunately, you have our yard debris removal company at your side. We will collect, haul, and dispose of your yard waste at your local recycling center.
Our Professional Leaf And Branch Removal Services
We understand you have a pile of leaves, twigs, branches, brush, grass clippings, and shrub trimmings that needs to be disposed of. Our certified junk removal team will take on the challenge, regardless of how large or how many piles of yard waste need disposed of.
We will collect, transport, and recycle your yard debris. In addition to these services, our junk removal team will leave your lawn spotless. You will never need to concern yourself with leftover debris, we will collect everything, even a small twig or leaf.
What Debris Classifies As Yard Waste?
Contrary to belief, not all outdoor waste is classified as yard debris. When our community members ask us to explain yard waste, we simply say “biological debris” or “green debris”. Yard waste includes everything from leaves to organic debris to vegetative garden leftovers. Any leftover materials from mowing your lawn, trimming your shrubs, branch removal, and plant bed weeding are considered yard waste.
DIY Yard Waste Disposal
It is possible to dispose of yard waste without the assistance of a licensed junk removal contractor. However, there are risks involved in do-it-yourself yard debris disposal. First, and foremost, knowing your local yard debris disposal regulations will minimize your risk of getting fined.
Have you ever passed a property on your way home from the supermarket with a gorgeous home hidden behind a large pile of yard debris? While these instances are rare, some property owners do not take it upon themselves to dispose of the debris leftover from mowing the lawn and trimming trees. Before they knew it, the yard debris piles grew taller than their homes.
Yard waste piles are an eyesore for all residential, commercial, and industrial properties. If you take pride in your home’s curb appeal, do not let your lawn debris pile up. Instead, heed the DIY disposal tips provided in the list below.
- Validate if your household waste collection service accepts yard debris
- Request an additional collection day for yard debris
- Make an appointment with our junk removal team for a yard debris disposal estimate
- Recycle your yard debris
- Donate your yard debris to a local landscaping firm for mulch
- Burn all legal yard waste in a large metal barrel or fire ring
- Compost your yard debris
- Rent a dumpster for your yard debris
It is important to note, yard debris is unique and should not be lumped together in a single pile. Learn more by reaching out to our local junk removal location.
What Is The Most Effective Tree Branch Disposal Method?
Trees provide shade and beauty to any property. However, there comes a time when it is necessary to trim back the branches. This is a timely process that can be complicated by yard debris disposal laws. Check with your local government agency to validate the yard waste disposal regulations. Your best tree branch disposal strategy will depend on the disposal regulations and available resources.
The best and safest way to dispose of tree branches is with a woodchipper. Brick-and-mortar hardware and big-box stores oftentimes rent tools to their local community members. If this service is available in your location, you should consider renting a woodchipper. Utilize the byproduct in your garden to keep it out of your local landfill or dump.
Grass Trimming Disposal Drop-Off Facilities
Some communities have drop-off centers for grass debris. Check with your local officials to determine if there is one of these facilities in close proximity to your home or business. If you lack the resources to haul your grass trimmings and other yard debris to a local recycling center, “grasscycling” will be your next alternative.
Grasscycling is a term utilized in reference to do-it-yourself grass recycling. Place your grass trimmings around trees, flowers, shrubs, and bushes to add nutrients to the soil. Grass trimmings can also enhance humidity in gardens and lawns.
Lawn Trimming Recycling
It is important to consider the environment when recycling lawn trimmings. Yard debris produces a significant amount of methane, a greenhouse gas that poses risks to the environment. Yard debris in piles on your property is continuously generating methane, adding to the total amount of greenhouse gases produced by local companies.
- Utilize your lawn debris as an organic nutrient for your flowers, vegetables, shrubs, trees, and vegetables
- Compost your lawn trimmings to keep them out of the local landfill
- Utilize the lawn trimmings to add moisture back into the soil
- Hire our local junk removal team to dispose of the lawn debris at a local recycling center or mulch manufacturer
- Contact your household waste collection company to request an additional pickup for your lawn debris
Disposing Of Branches, Grass Trimmings, And Leaves In A Local Dumpster
If you reside in an area with a community garbage dumpster, you may be tempted to utilize it for your tree branches and other lawn debris. At first, you may not give much thought to your yard debris disposal regulations. To stay on the right side of the law, you must know these laws. If you are unfamiliar with your yard debris disposal laws, you can always contact your local commission.
Never dispose of yard debris in local dumpsters without obtaining authorization from the waste collection service provider. If you are permitted to dispose of the yard debris in a local dumpster place it in a biodegradable bag before doing so.