Lots of homeowners are using their shelter-at-home time during the pandemic to do yardwork, such as pruning, raking, and gardening. If you’re one of them, you may be wondering what to do with all the yard waste you’re generating.
The good news is yard waste such as brush, leaves, and stumps is a valuable resource that can add nutrients back into your lawn and gardens or be recycled into compost and mulch. Yard waste includes a variety of organic material such as brush, garden debris, leaves, logs, trees and stumps, as well as both indoor and outdoor plants.
In the past, many people simply disposed of their yard waste in the trash; however, today organic yard waste is no longer allowed in most landfills because it can break down into bio-gasses such as methane, which is a significant greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change if it’s not captured and utilized. Yard waste such as brush, leaves, and stumps also contain a lot of moisture which hinders burning, and while it is biodegradable, organic yard waste does not breakdown in a landfill because landfills are constructed to prevent the movement of air and moisture to protect the environment. This is why most yard waste is no longer accepted in landfills.
Fortunately, there’s an alternative – the yard waste specialists here at Mitrano Removal Service can help you effectively manage your yard waste with a dumpster specifically for hauling away a clean load of recyclable organic waste such as stumps, leaves, and brush. We’ll collect and properly compost or recycle all of your organic yard waste in compliance with all local, state, and federal environmental regulations.
The Mitrano Removal Service team are yard-waste disposal professionals with years of yard waste management experience. We can set you up with the right-size dumpster for your clean load to help you dispose of your yard waste cost-efficiently. Contact us today to learn more about our organic yard waste removal services.