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Your garden waste, which is classified as green waste, can have the potential to become hazardous to the environment. It may be difficult to believe that natural products such as your “green” materials can cause litter, but it accounts for much land damage, especially when landfills are being dumped with such materials.

This is what you need to know about green waste and how it can affect the environment negatively:

  • What is green waste?

Green waste is in your backyard. It is everything such as full trees that you cut down, branches, leaves, grass, twigs and potting soil. All of this garden waste has the potential to become useful when recycled or repurposed for composting, instead of being removed to landfills.

  • How does it affect the environment?

When this recyclable material is added to landfills, it takes up vast amounts of space. There is only so much land available for rubbish, that it’s pointless taking it up with trees and plants. Besides the space issue, when your garden waste decomposes, it can emit harmful gases such as methane, which is a harmful greenhouse gas and has the potential to cause fires.

  • What can you do to help?

Firstly, use the green bins that some councils supply to residents. This will ensure that you don’t have to use the general waste or recycling bins and your green waste doesn’t end up in the landfill.

Since we use natural products for compost for agricultural purposes, by recycling, you can reduce deforestation and bring down the amount of our natural resources that we exploit. Your yard waste can be recycled to produce top soil, mulch and compost. All you need to do is be mindful of your green waste.

  • How your help can help?

Many companies use chemicals to get rid of weeds and other pests in order for their lands and farms to produce vital foods for the population. By providing recycled mulch, for example, you can help such companies and farmers reduce the amount of chemicals they use daily. Top soil can also reduce the need to use pesticides.

With this new information at hand, you can make a positive difference to the environment, simply by doing your gardening and removing your green waste properly. Now, you can be consciously aware of what your green waste can do to the environment.

For more information or if you want the help of a professional, responsible green waste removal company, contact us anytime.

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