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Fall is here, which means that now could be a perfect time to start cleaning and decluttering. It also means that you’re going to be dealing with some more yard waste thanks to falling leaves.

One of the biggest recycling challenges of the fall is landscape waste, which include leaves that have fallen from the season. As you clean up your yard this autumn, there are a few ways that we can help.

Here are some recycling tips for the upcoming brisk months.


Dispose of Items From Your Summer Barbecues

If you’re someone who likes to entertain over the summer, a backyard barbecue is the perfect way to do it. If you’ve thrown more than a few parties, you might have some recyclable items to get rid of. This fall take the time to look through your outside bins or garage and check for recyclable materials.

Some of the recyclable materials may be aluminum cans and glass bottles, used for popular summertime beverages like beer and soda. Plastic bottles and jars can also be recycled. If you have any aluminum foil or disposable bakeware around, we offer recycling services.

Start a Compost Pile

You can put some organic materials to good use in a compost pile this fall. Yard waste like lawn clippings and leaves can go in the pile along with some types of food waste. This can enrich your soil and help you plant a better, greener garden next year.

Fall Cleaning and Decluttering

The start of a new season can also be a great time to declutter your home or office, and our recycling experts can help you with that. Go through your bookshelves, basement, garage, and other places where unneeded objects may have accumulated. If you have phone books, magazines, and newspapers, we can help you recycle them.

Just give us a call at 719-647-9100 to discuss.