Finally tidying up the garden is an amazing feeling – but what can you do with all the waste afterwards? Whether you’ve been trimming trees, pruning shrubs, or mowing your lawn (or all three!), you’ll need to dispose of your garden waste responsibly and effectively. With this in mind, we’re going to explore them all.
The simplest and most cost-effective way to get rid of garden waste is to book a collection service from a local council. Depending on the council, you may be able to book a regular collection service with them or one-off collections for larger amounts of waste. Be sure to check with your council’s website for more details and prices.
In most cases, you’ll need to separate your garden waste into specific types: green waste (grass clippings, twigs, branches, etc.), brown waste (leaves and small shrubs) and soil. Make sure to follow your council’s guidelines, as not doing so can result in extra charges or fines.
Another option is hiring a skip bin for your garden waste; however, you can’t always be sure of what the company will do with the green waste after taking it away. Skip bins are available in various sizes depending on the size of your clean-up, but they can end up being more expensive than a collection service.
Green Waste Drop-Off
Some councils in offer green waste drop-off points where you can take your garden waste without having to hire a skip bin or get involved with a collection service; this is often the cheapest option and also allows for maximum reuse of your organic matter. The cost is usually based on the weight of your waste, so make sure to check with your local council for their prices and rules before you drop off.
Composting Your Garden Waste
If you’re looking for a more hands-on approach to getting rid of garden waste, then composting could be the answer. Composting is a simple and natural way of breaking down organic matter into nutrient-rich compost for your garden. It’s best to use a compost bin or tumbler – these can be bought from garden centres across Auckland, or you could make one yourself. Starting a compost heap may not seem like the best option at first, but it will save you money in the long run as you can use the compost in your garden and avoid having to buy store-bought fertilisers.
Waste Removal Service
Rather than contacting the council, contact experts in waste removal in Auckland. They will have the right equipment and team to do the job efficiently and safely, so you won’t have to worry about any of the work yourself. Also, the right companies offer competitive prices for their services, so it can be one of the most cost-effective ways to get rid of garden waste.
With all these solutions in mind, you have lots of ways to get rid of your garden waste. Whether you compost the green waste or contact a local service, why not get started now?