The British people are well known for their love of gardening. This can be seen by the beautiful public spaces in cities and towns throughout Britain, and how well these are maintained. Historically, the bench mark in international garden design has been set by the famous landscapers and architects of their day, such as those who designed gardens, for example, Wisley, which is the flagship garden of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). The Royal Botanic Garden at Kew is rated among the top 10 in the world. Every castle and stately home is surrounded by open gardens which the public can visit and enjoy. The world’s most prestigious annual garden exhibition is the Chelsea Flower Show where the best horticulturalists from all over the world come to compete and also to pick up new ideas for garden design. So even now, the benchmark for design is still set by these old and new gardens.
The general interest in gardening is further encouraged by the many popular TV reality shows which present gardening as an activity not only to beautify our surroundings, but to cultivate a healthy body and mind. These shows range from starting a garden to showcasing the most beautiful gardens in Britain. The spin-off of this is that anyone with a garden gets inspired to improve their surroundings by landscaping beds, planting vegetable gardens, laying paths, fixing broken paving, and cleaning patios to ensure their gardens are ready to be enjoyed by family and friends. We have also been made aware of the importance of birds and bees in nature, and how we can all help by planting appropriate trees, shrubs, and flowers in our gardens.
There is a way to reduce the impact of garden waste on the environment and that is by recycling this waste as far as possible. If we all practice composting our waste this can eventually have a positive environmental impact. So any effective waste management programme will consist of the three R’s – reuse, repurpose, and recycle where we can.
If we do this to all our household waste including our garden waste, we can drastically reduce the amount of waste we send to our landfills. By ensuring that all our waste that we are unable to compost is collected by professional junk removal companies, we can help our immediate environment around where we live, as well as contributing to the solution of the wider, larger problem of climate change that is having a negative effect on all of us.
We suggest you begin composting. You do not need a large space as even a compost bin will work. If you put all your organic waste from your kitchen such as fruit and vegetable peelings, tea bags, coffee shells, egg shells and allow these to naturally decompose, it will turn into a healthy fertilizer. It will have no smell and will greatly improve the quality of the soil in your garden. This will also cut down on the amount of household waste that you place out on the pavement for removal which will be disposed of in the landfill.
There is a difference between this waste decomposing during the composting process and decomposing after being dumped in the landfill. The process that occurs in the landfill happens underground and without access to enough oxygen. This leads to the release of methane gas which is a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. So this is the reason to compost this type of waste at home and lessen the degradation of our environment.
One thing is certain when any garden renovation or improvement is started, there will be heaps of garden waste to be removed. Junk Removal Wirral is your professional, dependable partner for any garden waste removal you may need.
Beware of cheap, fly-by-night operators who may dispose of your waste illegally by fly-tipping it. This pollutes the environment, and also lays you open to a large fine. The laws on fly-tipping are strictly enforced and with good reason as our environment is under threat from these illegal practices.
At Junk Removal Wirral we will make an appointment to pick up your garden waste, and we will arrive on time. If you wish us to come over the weekend, after hours, or even if you need a same day pickup, we can assist you. We will carry out your garden waste collection and disposal as neatly as possible, and we clean up the area where we have cleared before we leave.
We would love to hear from you if you need a free quote for your garden waste removal. For a no-obligation quote, please call us at Wirral and Liverpool: 0151 808 0407 or Chester: 01244 953100. We would be delighted to help you. Please check what customers have to say about us on our website. We pride ourselves in offering a professional, affordable garden waste removal service.
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