What to do with Your Garden Rubbish
Garden rubbish is defined as the waste from plants and excess soil that you deal with while planting, maintaining, harvesting and cutting down a wide variety of plants. It can also include old gardening tools, edging and other man-made things that can’t be thrown in the bin.
What do you do with the old lawnmower when it finally gives out and you have to replace it? What about the rusted out digging tools sitting in the corner of the garage? There are many things that are considered garden rubbish which are more difficult to get rid of than old tomato plants or piles of dirt.
You have a few options when it comes to finding solutions for all of your garden rubbish. You could use a lot of the plant matter or dirt in other areas of your property. You may be able to make compost out of some of the rubbish that can be used to nourish your garden.
However you will still have other types of rubbish that can’t be reused in any way. In this case your best option would be to hire a rubbish collection service to take care of the junk.
Things to Consider When Hiring a Rubbish Collection Firm
When hiring someone to collect and dispose of your garden rubbish, consider the following tips:
- Make sure that the rubbish collection firm you hire is able to deal with the sort of rubbish you want to dispose of in relatively short time
- Ensure that the firm you hire is reputable and have the relevant licenses, permits and insurances for garden waste disposal
- Ensure that the rubbish clearance service provider will not leave your property or home a mess after the process
- Once the garden junk is collected, make sure that they recycle or dispose of the waste according to regulations.
You can search for information on a rubbish clearance and collection service online prior to hiring them. Make sure they are legitimate, reputable and responsible
Find out more about London Junk’s Garden Rubbish Collection solutions on our Services page.