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Yard debris – branches, leaves, trims of grass, weeds, twigs, downed trees, and stumps of trees – are the result of lawn maintenance. Every time you mow your lawn, cut your trees, trim them, prune your hedges, or remove weeds from your yard, you are generating yard debris. What are the best disposal options for yard waste? The donation method, “grasscycling,” burning, composting, and recycling are your disposal options for yard garbage. Contrary to what you might think, all these disposal methods have pros and cons that will be further discussed in the article below.

What Is Yard Debris Removal?

The yard debris removal process is relocating lawn waste from one location to another. The lawn waste is removed from your property and taken to a disposal facility in this scenario. At the same time, a relatively straightforward process, removing yard debris, can be complicated for someone with no resources.

Yard Waste “Grasscycling”

“Grasscycling” is a term that refers to the recycling of grass trimmings—the main benefit of reusing grasscycled grass trimmings are nutrients. Grasscycled waste is rich in nutrients. It can be added to soil in gardens and lawns to add nutrients to the ground. Mix the grasscycled materials into the ground and utilize them when transplanting vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruits.

Grasscycling can reduce the amount of yard waste dumped into landfills and dumps.

Yard Waste Recycling

Recycling is similar to grasscycling; it repurposes yard debris, making it possible to use for other functions. For instance, tree branches and twigs can be recycled and used in OSB manufacturing and mulch.

Before taking your yard waste to a local recycling facility, confirm whether it’s eligible first. Some recycling facilities do not accept yard waste as recycling.

Yard Waste Composting

Composting is the process of breaking down organic materials into a fertilizer. The composted substance can fertilize lawn seeds, sod, gardens, houseplants, trees, shrubs, and flowers.

Compostable products include coffee, scrap food, tea bags and cardboard, paper leaves, paper supermarket bags, branches and twigs of trees, cotton, natural straw materials, wool, hair, houseplants, and other organic material. To compost, you must dig a hole in a far-off area in your yard. Investing in a composting machine is a better alternative to digging the hole. You can find a wide selection of composting machines on online marketplaces. Each brand is unique, with features that speed and simplify the composting process.

Mix in your compostable material, then adds water. Mix well, and allow to sit for no longer than three or four days. After the third day, go back to your compost heap. Add water and stir the compostable material for a few minutes.

Composting small- to medium-sized piles of organic materials could take anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks to complete. The composted material can bring nutrients back to your garden or houseplant soils.

Yard Waste Donating 

When people think about donating their preowned items, they give little thought to their yard debris. This is truly a shame because some landscape service providers, mulch companies, and OSB manufacturers accept donations of yard garbage. Donatable yard waste can be limited to fallen trees, twigs, stumps, and branches.

If you plan to give your yard garbage to a mulch company or OSB manufacturer, it’d be wise to sort the debris into piles. Make a pile for donatable trash, recyclable debris, and grasscycling waste. If you’re in the position to dispose of your yard debris, it will have been divided into piles. This means there will be no delays or confusion regarding disposal. Sort the bank, then easily take it to the local recycling center or donation site.

Yard Waste Burning

By your city’s burn rules, it could be legal to burn yard waste. Consult your waste management service provider, government agency, or Fire Marshall if you have concerns about burning bans.

If there is no ban on burning yard debris within your area, you must take the appropriate precautions to avoid accidental fires. It is recommended to purchase a steel drum or fire ring, which can contain burning yard debris in a small area.

Take yard debris in a bag and allow it to dry before the fire starts ultimately. Leaves, branches, and twigs will not ignite when they are wet. Giving them enough time to dry will ensure the safest burning without lighting the flame with lighter fluid.

Separate your yard waste into piles before burning. Put one pile into your fire ring. Light it up, and closely monitor until the flame is completely gone. Add the second pile of waste and follow the same pattern. Repeat this process until all the yard debris has been burned to ashes.

Our Residential Yard Waste Removal

We realize that not all our residents have access to the essential yard waste removal services. For instance, an elderly homeowner will need to dispose of yard waste but isn’t able to transport it. A large amount of yard debris will need to be hauled away from the bed of a pickup truck or utility trailer.

Another example is a busy business owner with an enormous pile of tree branches left from a storm. The owner does not have the workforce to load the branches onto the utility trailer; the trailer is his own.

Every circumstance is unique to the disposal of yard waste resources. Our company has been helping companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations, as well as public schools, homeowners, landlords, tenants, and homeowners, dispose of their yard debris. There isn’t a yard waste pile too small or too big for us to handle.

How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Yard Debris Removal Service?

It is based on the size of the yard debris pile, the property location, the workforce required, the distance between your home and the nearest recycling center, and if specific equipment is needed. Our pricing is based on the customer’s yard waste removal requirements.

We’ll work with you to determine the most efficient removal method for your yard waste. Our pricing is based on findings from a visual inspection of the yard debris. Call us today to learn more about our custom yard waste removal service.

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