Garden & Landscape

Garden chemicals like pesticides can contaminate the soil and waterways and they should be disposed of through chemical collection points or commercial recyclers.

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Garden waste includes organics such as plant and tree cuttings, leaves and grass clippings, which can easily be composted, wood chipped or used as mulch. Soil can also be recycled into compost products but if contaminated with chemicals it must treated first. Garden chemicals like pesticides can contaminate the soil and waterways and they should be disposed of through chemical collection points or commercial recyclers.

Garden Cuttings

Garden cuttings can be converted into compost and other soil improvers, instead of being sent to landfill where they will breakdown to produce potent greenhouse gases.

Pesticides

Pesticides are a hazardous waste stream and should never be emptied down sink or drain. Pesticides should be handled through safe disposal programs and the containers recycled to help avoid environmental contamination.