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What is Green Waste Recycling and Why You Should Practise It Now

Green is in! Unfortunately, this also applies to the waste accumulation that happens over the globe. Green waste has a high contribution to the total amount of waste that Earth has. However, this is normal as green waste is organic waste that can decompose over time. Green waste is rich in nitrogen. Considering that nature seems to produce a lot of this, it doesn’t sound so alarming, right? Right now, a lot of green waste comes from human activity too. Too much of it is still harmful.

With the rising green waste in numbers, local councils encourage recycling everywhere, and not just in Sydney. Local rubbish removal businesses like Paul’s Rubbish Removal practises green waste recycling. This is an effort to mitigate and provide a solution for green waste disposal. Green waste recycling is just another conscious step in helping with the waste situation right now.

Green Waste Recycling

Since 2008, Sydney has been active in promoting a more long-term goal for the city. Sustainable Sydney 2030 aims to make Sydney one of the most sustainable living centres in the world. Of course, this isn’t only a goal limited to people in Sydney. This applies to all. The initiatives for recycling in Australia and other nations are on the move. The result to make Sydney and the rest of Australia better with waste can only happen with recycling.

As green waste is one of the leading waste contributors to the total amount of garbage produced every year, there is more effort to push for it too. Moreover, because green waste sounds like a natural waste doesn’t mean that it is completely unharmful to living things. Green waste poses some of the most dangerous harms to people and wildlife. Recycling green waste can involve so many processes and pertinent steps to result in success.

What you can do

You can make things better step by step. Even the most simple efforts can lead to a cumulative action that produces positive results. Not all green waste is recyclable. The following can still have further use:

  • Grass clippings
  • Leaves
  • Twigs
  • Hedge trimmings
  • Shrubs
  • Flowers
  • Weeds
  • Organic food waste

Rubbish removalists send green waste to composting sites and for recycling. Green waste is often reused for landscaping methods, agriculture additions and renewable energy sources. Although they are the more complicated choices to recycle green waste, you can do these instead:

  • Set up a compost pit and put all your garden rubbish there
  • Make an organic mulch for your lawn soil top layer
  • Put out a separate container for food waste

Why you should practise it

It is important to practise green waste recycling. It isn’t only beneficial for you but your property landscape. When you send green waste straight to the landfill, it decomposes in a setting without oxygen. This anaerobic decomposition releases a surplus of greenhouse gas coming from green waste. Decomposing green waste on the ground makes the soil richer in oxygen. Your flowers and shrubs in the yard can grow more healthy from this kind of recycling.

Another reason to do this is that green waste composting doesn’t cost that much. You can set up your compost pit. You can also apply the organic mulch by yourself. We all have the notion that recycling is expensive. It doesn’t have to be. There are tons of waste to make the environment better by spending minimal. Practising green waste recycling is one of the go-to ways you can apply better waste management methods at home.

Keep in touch with us!

Green waste removal services can be your convenient option. You can hit two birds with one stone. If you don’t have the time but still want to make the world better, you can always call the rubbish experts to do things for you. We are Paul’s Rubbish Removal and we offer Rubbish Removal Services. We can take away your  green waste for you for proper disposal. Don’t hesitate to contact us!

You can call us on 0407 125 125, send us an email or book an appointment with us here.

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a Digital Content Writer for Paul's Rubbish Removal. Sarah is a huge advocate for recycling, environmental sustainability, health and well-being and has a genuine love for all sea animals. Keep up with Sarah by following Paul's Rubbish Removal blog!

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