Asked by Lorena M. Reynolds on Wednesday, April 25
Hi all, I am a gardener. I have been doing gardening for past few years. I am focusing on vegetable gardening. Since it is farming, they produce a large amount of organic waste in the garden. Sometimes we might use it for producing organic manure. I am planning to expand my garden. So I cleared some more area near the garden. I cut down some plants and a tree. I want to get rid of the garden waste and these cut parts of the tree and plants. I am searching for garbage disposal services in Toronto
that could collect the organic wastes from the yard. I also have some unused gardening equipment which I am trying to get rid off. I want these also to be disposed of along with them. Is it really possible to dispose of organic waste via disposal service? Is there any other method you could suggest?
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