The majority of your garden waste is biodegradable, so it’s a great idea to compost it and re-use in your own garden. Green waste is a great way of helping increase topsoil, which contains the minerals and nutrients that plants need to thrive. It can improve the fertility of topsoil, increasing the water content below the surface. All these things help maintain the condition of your plants.
Decomposing garden waste can also provide renewable energy. The waste that has been biodegraded creates biogas, which can be used as biofuel, generating sustainable and re-useable energy, instead of carbon dioxide generated by petroleum gases.
Another clever way of disposing of your garden waste is to mix your waste with wastewater and other sewage materials, and disposing of it back into the environment. Mixing it with sewage reduces the detrimental effects pollutants and pathogens can have on the environment, making it a sustainable method of disposal.