Recycling facilities play a critical role in the management of garden waste and other organic materials. These facilities are responsible for collecting, processing, and diverting organic waste from landfills, where it would otherwise decompose and release methane, a potent greenhouse gas.
- One common method for processing garden waste at a recycling facility is through
- composting. This involves shredding the organic material and allowing it to decompose naturally through the action of microorganisms. The resulting compost can then be used as a soil amendment or sold to farmers and gardeners.
- Another method for recycling garden waste at a facility is through anaerobic digestion. This process involves breaking down organic material in the absence of oxygen to produce biogas, a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide. The biogas can be burned to generate electricity or used as a fuel for transportation.
- In addition to composting and anaerobic digestion, recycling facilities may also use other methods to process garden waste, such as mechanical biological treatment (MBT) and pyrolysis. MBT involves mechanically separating organic and inorganic material, while pyrolysis involves heating organic material in the absence of oxygen to produce a variety of products, including biochar, a carbon-rich material that can be used as a soil amendment. Our facility also produces some of the best 50/50 soil blends, bark chips, mulch and offers reclaimed lumber.
- Overall, recycling facilities play a crucial role in the management of garden waste and other organic materials. By diverting organic material from landfills and using it to produce valuable products, these facilities help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, save resources, and create a more sustainable future.
Call us with any questions you have on recycling your garden waste – 916 409 9700