Natural debris can come from storm aftermaths, landscapers, or even yourself! The work itself is hard and time consuming but always rewarding once it is completed. Yet the real quesrion comes along when part of the job is knowing where to dispose of all that waste. Here are 3 ways you can do that:
It may sound cliche yet reusing natural debris is a cheap and simple way to get rid of natural debris. If you have tree limbs you can use it to make a all wooden bench, a swing or even use it for your fire pit! Dirt can also be reuse if you have an adventurous dog that LOVES digging holes in your back yard. Simply tak the dirt and fill up the holes, if you have rocks this would work as well!
Give It Away
Another easy and cheap way to get rid of natural debris is giving it away to someone else who may need it. You may not have dogs that love digging but your friends or neighbors might so it is always nice to offer! Lumber and tree limbs are sold for fire pits frequently therefore you could also sell your tree debris or give it away as a gift to someone who needs it.
Get A Dumpster
Last but definitely not least is to say goodbye to all that natural debris and get a dumpster that will take care of disposing it for you. Getting a dumpster
saves time and trips to the dump when it comes to any debris. You can load up a dumpster with natural debris, not worry about the weight limit on it, and have it hauled off to a inert landfill that would be more than happy to take it!
In summary, you can choose to reuse, give away or simply get a dumpster to get rid of natural debris. All options are easy but the job will always be tough itself. Yet getting rid of the debris shouldn't be as stressful as it seems to be, and with these 3 options you shouldnt't feel stressed out either!