How garden waste composting and disposal works?

Composting is the process of turning biowaste into organic feed for your garden. Make sure only compostable waste is using in the composting process and separate non-compostable wastes into the waste collection bin.

Composting can be done by leaving the waste material in a bin or a heap. Compose bins are the best option for small gardens. The bins are available in all markets. Place the bins near your garden and make sure the end of the bin is in the open stage to allow the earthworms that help to speed up the composting process.

Let’s discuss compostable and non-compostable wastes in detail.

What are the garden wastes that get compost easily?

  • Leaves
  • Fruits/vegetable peelings
  • Plants
  • Animal bedding
  • Coffee bags/ Teabags
  • Spoiled food
  • Grains
  • Paper covers
  • Eggshells
  • Plant scraps

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What are the garden wastes that you cannot compost easily?

The non-compostable products are

  • Fish or meat bones
  • Processed dairy products
  • Plastic sheets/ bags
  • Aluminum products
  • Toxic substances
  • Tyre and metal substances

Garden waste composting process

The organism’s fungi, bacteria play a key role in the process of composting garden wastes. They break the waste and increase their growth over the composting materials.

The composting process takes more than a week depends on the air and moisture.  Once you feel an earthy smell, the compost is almost ready for usage.

Phases included in the Composting process

There are three main phases included in the composting process. the first phase is the initial phase called the mesophilic phase, the second phase is the thermophilic phase, and the third phase is the final phase called the maturation phase.

In the Mesophilic phase, all microorganisms present in the waste material get decompose under moderate temperature.

The thermophilic phase is the most active in the composting process. Here various bacteria decompose the material due to the rise of temperature.

The third phase is the maturation phase, here the temperature get rises and supplies more energy for the composting process. At the end of the maturation phase all

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Garden waste Disposal process

If you are not able to compost the waste material, then go for the disposal process and recycle the garden waste.

Composting is a long process, the majority of gardeners in the UK go for the disposal process and recycle the garden waste through the recycling centers. Check for the certified commercial garden waste disposal company and transform all your wastes into fertilizers for your home gardens.

At Quick wasters- the waste collection and rubbish removal team are there to work on garden waste disposal for a reasonable price. We have our unit for disposal facilities and all your garden wastes are collected properly and disposed of without any delay.