What To Do With Garden Waste

The pandemic saw a real surge in gardening as a popular pastime, with us all spending so much more time at home than we did before and, no doubt, you all really felt a difference to your mental and emotional health and wellbeing by connecting more with nature and helping plants flourish and grow.

As much fun as gardening is, however, you can find yourself generating quite a lot of waste, what with all the weeding, hoeing, lawn mowing, deadheading, planting and so on. Before you know it, your beautiful garden can look quite cluttered and messy, so it’s important to know what to do with all the waste created.

Before you think about waste disposal, you’ll need to separate the waste first, as not all of it will be compostable or recyclable. 

Composting can be really beneficial for your garden and help reduce the amount of waste you create, so do some research into how to go about it – and remember that your compost needs to be ready to use before you put it on the garden, or you could affect the growth of your plants.

If you have bigger items that you don’t know what to do with, you can always get in touch with us for help with garden waste removal in London. We have big tipper trucks that come fully equipped with forks, shovels, brooms, rakes, rubble bags and so on, so we can do any garden clearance work that’s required. 


Our service includes removal, transfer of waste to our vehicles, discharging, repurposing, recycling and composting… so give us a call today!

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