After you have trimmed your trees/flowers and other plants in your yard, the debris remains comfortably relaxed in your yard. This makes your yard look congested and not aesthetically pleasing. To turn things around, you have to find a way to dump the yard waste.
There are so many options available to dispose of yard waste dump. Some of the solutions may get you in trouble with your local authorities.
To avoid the confrontation with authorities, below are ways that you can legally dump your yard waste.
-Take it to the dumpsite.
This will be much easier to do if you have a truck. You can personally haul the yard dump to the nearest dump collection site. But before you take it there, make sure you have tried the recycling option first. If the yard waste comprises mostly of woody materials, a recycling center can turn it into firewood or use for some other purposes.
Taking it to the dumpsite and seeking recycling services will see you part with a fee. The fee is small considering the trouble you would get yourself into in case you used unethical ways to dispose of the yard dump.
This is often the best solution. All you have to do is call the sanitation company and they will pick up the yard waste in your yard. The local authority also has some set-aside places in every neighborhood that yard waste can be taken. They then collect the yard waste dump and do with it whatever they deem fit. The first thing they do is try and recycle as much of the waste as possible.
Although you can do it by yourself, you must be conversant with the local laws. Some local laws prohibit the burning of waste in your yard because it poses a threat to the environment and the fire may easily spread to the neighborhood causing great damages.
-Hire a truck.
If you are a good truck driver, you can hire a truck and haul your yard waste dump to your preferred location. This option is less costly. The size of the truck you hire will depend on the amount of dump that you have.
If you can’t drive trucks, you can hire a crew that will come and collects the dump for you. But this time you pay the crew and the truck.
If the yard waste is all woody, hiring a chipper will help you turn chunks of wood into mulching materials that you can use in your yard.
A yard waste dump affair should not be a headache. By following the above rules and options, you will end up with a clean yard with less clutter.
You can also explore other ways of dumping the yard waste that you feel won’t get you into trouble and will leave your yard looking good.