How To Remove Garden Waste And Rubbish
Preparing the garden can take less time and enjoyable when the whole family with your partner and kids are involved. With some smashing weather right now it’s freckly keeping everyone chipper while stuck a home under the Covid-19 pandemic, at least garden DIY activities is refreshing and exercising while given hope from seeing changes in the garden, new look. Home improvements can take many forms, such as doing DIY or renovation in the bathroom and kitchen, changing the layout of your sitting room and bedrooms with new furniture and painting and décor, while attending to the garden and backyard of your house.
We share with you our professional Top Tips (as one of UK’s junk and rubbish removal company serving most households and commercial customer in cities such as Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, and Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Ayr, Kilmarnock and other surrounding towns and cities in the central belt of Scotland for the removal of unwanted items of furniture, appliance and renovation debris- www.junkme.c.o.uk) on how to remove waste and rubbish from your garden once you have done some gardening clearance or undertook the planting of flowers, trees, doing some landscaping in the garden. May be fitting a new fish pond, installing activity play area like trampoline, swings for kids and other play items or bird nests for bird watchers. Undertaking all these activities in the garden will create some associated rubbish or junk from old items removed which needs to be recycled.
GARDEN SHED, FENCING AND DECKING REMOVAL
If your garden shed, fencing or decking is too old and cannot withstand the elements, or has been broken or near falling, now is the time to dismantle the shed, remove and replace fencing and decking. Here if the tasks is too complicated and out of your reach, call a professional company to assist in taking down the fencing the decking material. For shed removal, before you do anything you might have to empty the shed of its contents such as garden tools, lawn mowers, old junk stored in the shed or hut. You will need to remove such waste and then take them for recycling at your local recycling centre. If the junk or waste are too many to fit into the boot of your car why not call Junk Me company on 07522 696 111 or book online www.junkme.co.uk for removal and emptying of the contents for recycling. All wood waste generated from decking materials can be removed by our company.
Here Are Some Few Tips To Recycle or Dispose Of Garden Rubbish
COLLECT RUBBISH INTO SACKS, CONTAINERS OR PILE UP TO ONE AREA
After generating garden waste from doing DIY in your garden such as cutting trees or changing the pavement and slabs, or simply collecting miscellaneous rubbish scattered about in the garden, put them in sacks or containers such as the brown bin container supplied by your local council, but be careful not to add any heavy soil material into the brown bin otherwise the council will not uplift the container. If you do not have container, never mind, you can pile the rubbish up in one corner of the garden for collection and putting into skip container once you hire one from a skip company.
RESPONSIBLY DISPOSE OF YOUR GARDEN RUBBISH
It’s our responsibility to dispose rubbish without compromising the environment; we all need to combat fly- tippers of waste on our roads, farms and other areas within the community, so take the responsible steps.
The garden waste and junk can now be taken either in your car to the local recycling centre if they are open for business, otherwise then you will need to hire a skip to put the rubbish in it for recycling. If skip might be too expensive, you can use an alternative to skip hire by calling Junk Me company on 07522696 111 or book online at www.junkme.co.uk. The advantage of using Junk Me company is that, you get labour assist to remove the garden rubbish, and in addition, costs savings as you will only be charged by how much your rubbish fill the truck container and finally collecting items from wherever they are located.
RECYLING MORE OF YOUR GARDEN WASTE AND JUNK
Recycling more of the garden rubbish saves the environment and also enables materials such as wood, metals, plastics, trees cut and shrubs to be given a second chance to be re-used again. Other waste and junk including children’s play items trampoline, swings, bikes, scoters, electrical and electronic equipment can be safely recycled. Wherever possible if items can be re-used then we donate to charities in the UK and to children in developing countries.