Have you ever cleaned and trimmed your garden and at the end of all that hard work you feel a sense of accomplishment and pride but the thought about where you should put all the waste gathered from cleaning your garden like garden weeds, lawn or plant clippings and palm fronds is simply distracting you from admiring your work you would have to need to hire a trailer or gather up all that garbage and go all the way to the dumps to dispose of it. If you frequently clean your garden and have a lot of garden waste in store all the time or if it is fall again you have to clean all those pesky fallen leaves on your precious lawn or garden you might have already looked into different methods or ways on how you could take care of all that garden rubbish but in case you have not here are some of the ways you could do to dispose of your garden garbage.
Gardens are a homeowners pride and joy it is a piece of art that they can work on with their heart and they can also show off their skills in front of their neighbors. It is like working on a piece of art that your audience neighbors would enjoy watching or looking at.
Some of the ways in getting rid of your garden wastes include garden waste collection service, the reuse and recycling centers. There are also other ways that involves little or no money at all.
But before that make sure not to include the following as your garden waste
• Stones garden pebbles or solid bricks
• Plastics and metals
• Your pets poo
• Kitchen wastes
What can be put in the garden bag?
The garden bags are great for all your green wastes that you get from cleaning or trimming and weeding your garden like for example hedges clippings, palm fronds, grass clippings, weeds, small branches and leaves are all suitable. All green waste is taken to recycling facilities and needs to be a clean green load in order for it to be accepted.
There are two common rules in handling your garden bags
1. Make sure you do not overfill them
It is important that garden waste is not filled above the frame of the bag. The flaps of the bag must be able to be folded over to prevent any waste spilling over on your property or during transport. Also, sticks, thorns and other items poking out the top of the bag can be a hazard to our drivers collecting the bag.
2. There is reasonable weight that a garden bag should have
The trolley that companies usually use to transport the bag to their truck are perfectly functional but an overweight garden bag is a safety issue for their drivers. Companies that deal with garden waste disposal are very fair with the weight limits they accept but it is not safe for their drivers to drive with.