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The yard debris can accumulate in alarming amounts if not taken care of. An ablaze risk is a heap of leaves, branches, and twigs. A tiny electric spark like lightning bolts and the pile of debris could spark. If the yard is dry and the burning rating is at its highest level, the spark could cause a house and forest fire.
The Forestry Division oversees burn bans in counties, cities, municipalities, towns, and cities. The department is accountable for preventing forest fires. By imposing burn bans, you can reduce the number of forest fires. If a burn ban is in effect, residents aren’t allowed to burn their yard waste. In specific communities, burn bans may last for some time or even throughout the fall and summer seasons.
The yard debris is not appealing. If it isn’t removed from the property within a specific time, it could alter your house’s curb appeal. If a ban on burning is in place, trash piles can’t be burned until the ban is removed.
What To Do With Yard Debris With Burn Ban?
Citywide burn bans prohibit unofficial burns. As it isn’t recommended to allow yard waste in the open for too long, accumulating up and creating an encroachment to fire and a fire hazard, it should be immediately taken away from the property.
If you don’t have the equipment on your property, what are your options? Our expert yard waste removal service is your most effective option. Our removal experts will arrive at your home to collect the yard debris 15 minutes before the scheduled time. Based on the size of your yard’s debris heap is your yard’s debris heap size, it may require special equipment to transport it onto our trucks.
When the yard debris is fully packed into our trucks, our removal crew will take it to a recycling center. Most yard debris – branches, fallen trees, leaves, twigs, twigs, and grass are accepted for recycling.
What Is Classified As Yard Waste “Green Waste”?
Yard debris results from garden and lawn maintenance, as well as tree and shrub trimming. The trimmings of shrubs, grass, branches, leaves and twigs, weeds, corn stalks, bark, pea vines, and other organic garden materials are yard waste.
Yard Waste Disposal
Yard waste should be disposed of safely to safeguard your property and home from the dangers of lightning strikes or improper handling of lighters and matches. There are two acceptable ways to dispose of yard waste – burning and recycling.
The burning of yard waste is legal, provided there is no burning ban. Yard waste meets the requirements to be considered solid waste that is legal to burn when there isn’t an active burn ban. However, it is not practical.
Yard waste can be disposed of at any municipal recycling facility.
How can I legally dispose of garden waste?
- Your local municipality can help you find recycling centers accessible to the public.
- Contact the nearest recycling center to inquire about yard waste collection and disposal.
- Hire an expert in solid waste collection
- Make compost from yard waste to plant a garden
- Hire a chipper rental service to transform yard debris to wood chips for mulch
Tree Branch Disposal
The branches of trees can be used for mulch or wood chips to create landscaping. Hire a chipper rental service or an arborist to supervise the process. The chipped tree can be used to line your yard, plants, or trees and d your house.
Tree branches can be composted. Composting tree branches is efficient; however, once it is done, you will be able to compost plenty for your plants and flowers.
Tree branches can also be reused at a municipal recycling center for free. The recycling center is used to compost and create mulch, which can be sold to an outside company.
How To Safely Dispose Of Grass Trimmings?
The grass trimmings can be tossed in an empty trash can for the trash collection service to take away. An innovative method of recycling grass trimmings is called “grasscycling.” This method allows homeowners to reuse their grass clippings without gathering or raking.
Instead of bringing the grass clippings to the local recycling facility, leave them on the ground to add nutrients to your soil. You can also pick the grass into piles and put the piles in your backyard, near flowers, fruits, and other vegetables.
Yard Clipping Recycling
The majority of yard waste recycling methods are environmentally friendly. Composting, mulching, and grasscycling are all eco-friendly methods for recycling yard clippings.
Certain kinds of yard debris are recyclable to make DIY work in wood. For instance, tree branches could be used to build birdhouses, arbors, garden decorations, toys, and even small log cabins. Other yard debris recycling tips include:
- Utilize for composting
- Use to mulch
- Useful to cycle grass
- Useful to do woodworking projects
Don’t allow your yard waste to turn into an unattractive central point for your property. Please make use of our once-a-year or regular trash collection services. We’ll be able to schedule an appointment for a no-cost consultation and estimate in writing today.
Will The Local Trash Collection Service Pick Up Yard Waste?
It is dependent on the trash collection service as to what items of solid waste can be picked up. Our solid waste collection covers the majority of yard debris but excludes large trees that have been cut down and branches. We pick up grass shavings, small-to-medium-sized branches, garden waste, weeds, tree cuttings, vines, and pinecones.
Most municipal recycling centers accept yard debris. It is necessary to contact the recycling center to inquire about specifics, including the size, weight, and type. Recycling yard waste is free in the majority of cases.
We will arrange a pick-up for your yard waste at the earliest time.
Legal Yard Debris
Make sure to keep the tree’s branches and twigs short for easy handling. Make sure to store the debris neatly in biodegradable waste bags or trash cans. Ensure that yard debris is neatly stacked to prevent any hassle for the collection crew.
All yard waste should be disposed of at the curb a few hours before the scheduled collection.
Non-Recyclable Yard Waste
- Large stumps of trees
- Bags of dirt or soil
- Wood treated with a treatment
- Concrete slabs