Yard Debris Giving You a Headache? Get a Free Estimate for Professional Debris Removal!

Yard debris, sometimes called green waste or agricultural waste, includes things like grass clippings, flower cuttings, and hedge trimmings.

Unlike e-waste, most of your yard debris is biodegradable and able to be broken down into simple organic byproducts or even used as compost to help grow healthy soil and more plants.

Still, debris removal is definitely one of the most requested services at Junk King, especially when folks have a half dozen or more large trash bags overflowing with leaves at this time of the year.

Going Green with Professional Yard Debris Removal 

Debris Removal Calling local sanitation or bringing yard waste to the dump isn’t really the best option because your green waste might not go to the best use and wind up further clogging a landfill somewhere.

Most people don’t even have the cargo space in their car to bring it all to the dump in one trip anyway.

Another option is renting a chipper, but that option’s fraught with its own hazards if you’ve never broken down yard waste like this before. And then there’s the expense – chippers can cost hundreds of dollars per day to rent.

That leaves professional debris removal. This is usually a more affordable option than a chipper, and an eco-friendly junk removal service like Junk King is dedicated to responsible recycling and reuse wherever possible.

Junk King takes a whole host of items loosely categorized under yard waste. Debris disposal includes green waste that you’d associate with landscaping work or weekend projects as well as leftover debris from home renovations.

Yard Debris from Landscaping and Weekend Projects 

On the greener side of things, yard debris removal at Junk King includes: branches, clippings, tree stumps, extra soil and sod, and all kinds of landscaping debris like grass and bush clippings. Junk King takes other kinds of yard debris as well.
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Waterlogged lumber, leftover plasterboard, corrugated iron, shingles, frames, fencing, and old windows can all be conveniently hauled off in terms of yard debris removal in one of Junk King’s huge trucks that feature 20% more volume than competitor’s and a guarantee to beat any written estimate.

Having your old lumber and timber – lumber is sawed and cut whereas timber is rougher wood stock or even an entire tree - taken off your hands shores up room in your yard and could even lend a helping hand to the environment.

  • Reusing Wood for Construction and Mulch

Recycling and reusing old wood means less deforestation since less new timber needs to be cut for the same job.

The nice thing about having your lumber and timber taken by Junk King is that it can be used for other construction projects or even broken down and used for wood chips (an organic mulch) in the future.

Environmentally, California has made it illegal to burn wood on certain days because doing so could harm human health – through people breathing in too much of the fine particulate matter that the fumes let off – and harm the environment.

Junk King is tirelessly committed to doing the right thing and takes green debris removal and environmental conservation seriously.

Raked leaves can be used again as mulch if you don’t have the time, inclination, or green thumb to make that happen yourself whereas grass clippings make a very usable mulch for garden beds.
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Junk King can remove as much yard debris – including plasterboard, stubborn tree trunks, cut-down bushes, fencing, windows, shingles, and corrugated iron - as you want.

Here’s where you can book online and save $20 on your next yard debris removal appointment. Junk King is a full-service yet environmentally conscious junk removal company.