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Yard debris like branches, leaves, trimmings from grass and other weeds, twigs, downed trees, and tree stumps are unintended consequences of lawn maintenance. Each time you cut your lawn, cut your trees, trim them, prune your hedges, or remove weeds from your yard, you’re producing yard waste. What are the disposal strategies for yard waste? Donating, “grasscycling,” burning, composting, recycling, and burning are the options to dispose of yard debris. Contrary to belief, these disposal techniques have pros and cons that will be further discussed in the content provided below.

What Is Yard Debris Removal?

The process of removing yard debris is removing lawn waste from one place to another. In this scenario, it is being taken off your property to a recycling facility. Although it’s a simple process, yard debris removal can be difficult for someone without resources.

Yard Waste “Grasscycling”

“Grasscycling” is a term employed to refer to the recycling of grass trimmings. The most important benefit of using grasscycled grass trimmings is nutrients. The waste that is repurposed into grass is full of nutrients. It can be added to the soil in lawns and gardens to enrich the soil. Mix the grasscycled materials into the ground and use them when transplanting the plants, flowers, and fruits.

Grasscycling reduces the amount of yard debris that ends up in the dumps and landfills.

Yard Waste Recycling

Recycling is similar to grasscycling that it recycles yard waste, making it possible to use it for different uses. For instance, branches of trees and twigs could be reused and utilized for OSB manufacturing and mulch.

Before you take your yard waste to the local recycling center, verify whether it is eligible for recycling first. Some recycling facilities do not accept yard waste for recycling.

Yard Waste Composting

Composing or composting is the method of separating organic material into a fertilizer. The composted materials can be utilized to fertilize sod, grass seeds, garden soil, houseplants, shrubs, trees, and flowers.

The most compostable items are coffee, scrap food, tea bags, paper, cardboard, leaves, supermarket bags made from paper, Tree branches and twigs, straw, cotton, natural materials, hair, wool, houseplants, and other organic substances. For composting, you’ll need to dig a hole in a remote area of your property. An alternative to digging an excavation is to use the composting machine. There is a wide assortment of composting machine brands in online marketplaces. Each one is distinctive with features that make it easier and speed up the process of composting.

Include your compostable material, then add water. Stir well and let rest for no more than three days. The third day is the day to return to the compost pile. Mix in water and the compostable material for several minutes.

Composting small- to medium-sized piles of organic materials could take anywhere from 4 to six weeks to finish. The composted material provides nutrients to your garden or houseplant soil.

Yard Waste Donating 

While most people think of the possibility of donating their used items, they don’t give much thought to the yard waste they leave behind. It’s a shame as some landscaping services, such as mulch companies and OSB producers, accept yard garbage. Donatable yard waste can be limited to twigs, downed trees, stumps of trees, and branches.

If you plan to donate your yard trash to a mulch maker or OSB manufacturer, separating the debris into piles would be a good idea. Create a mound of donatable debris, recyclable debris, and grasscycling debris. If you’re in the position to dispose of your yard waste, it will already be divided into piles. This means there will be no confusion or delay. Make a pile of it and take it to your local recycling center or donation site easily.

Yard Waste Burning

Depending on your municipality’s burning regulations, it could be legal for you to burn yard debris. Consult your waste management service provider and a government agency or Fire Marshall if you have concerns about burning restrictions.

If there’s no restriction on burning yard debris within your city, you still need to take the necessary steps to prevent accidental fires. It is suggested to purchase a steel drum or fire ring to help contain the burning yard debris within a small area.

Collect the yard debris and allow it to dry before it is ignited. Leaves, branches, and twigs are unlikely to be able to catch fire if they are wet. Giving them enough time to dry will ensure the safest burn without requiring lighter fluid.

Separate your yard waste into piles before burning. Place one bank into your fire ring, ignite the fire, and watch it closely until the flame burns down. Add another pile of yard debris and follow the same pattern. Continue the process until all the yard debris has been reduced to ashes.

Our Residential Yard Waste Removal

We understand that not all neighbors can access the much-needed yard debris removal tools. For instance, an elderly homeowner needs to eliminate yard waste but has no transportation options. A large amount of yard debris will require hauling away by the bed of an old pickup truck or utility trailer.

Another example is a busy business owner with many tree branches left after a severe storm. The owner does not have the resources to move the components onto a utility trailer, which is his.

Every situation is unique regarding the disposal of yard waste resources. Our company has been helping individuals, businesses, government organizations, as well as non-profit organizations, public schools, homeowners, landlords, tenants, and homeowners, remove yard debris. There is no yard waste pile too small or too big for us to take care of.

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

It depends upon the dimensions of the yard debris pile, property location, the workforce required, the distance between your home and the local recycling facility, and whether you require special equipment. Our pricing is based on our customers’ demands for removing yard waste.

We will gladly work with you to determine the most efficient and cost-effective removal method for your yard waste. The prices we quote are based upon findings from a visual inspection of the yard wasteCall us today to learn more about our customized yard waste removal services.

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