Getting rid of excess soil after gardening or a landscaping project can be hectic. However there are better ways to dispose garden soil.
Here are the best ways to dispose of your garden soil.
Advertise locally and online.
Most of the time, what you don’t want, other people need. Your soil can be useful to someone else. Consider asking your friends and family if they are interested in the soil. They might be planning a gardening project.
If you live in the countryside, you can sell it to local farmers. There’s a great chance they have the equipment to gather and transport it.
Another good way of advertising your soil is on eBay and other platforms. If your soil is low quality, you can describe it as a great use for landscaping projects such as the base of a flowerbed. If your soil is of good quality, it is also important to specify.
Using such platforms to advertise is advantageous because people interested in your soil will collect it from your property if you specify in the advert.
Use the soil for another project.
This is another excellent way of disposing of your soil. If your soil is of good quality, you can decide to use it in a DIY project. It could be in the garden pots or a flower bed.
Sites like Pinterest can give you inspiration. If you want to use your soil for gardening, it is important to check if it’s suitable for growing plants. If you realize problems with your soil, you can use fertilizer to improve the quality.
Consider storing your soil to use later if you are not ready to dispose of it. You can package your excess soil nicely and store it in your yard. Remember to keep it away from direct sunlight.
If you are not sure that the earth is topsoil, consider running some online tests to give you trustworthy results. You can boost your soil though burrowing extremely rotten and large organic matter.
Another option of disposing of your garden soil is to take it to a construction and demolition recycler. You can do some research and find out which specific recycler can accept your soil waste.
Hire a skip company
There are very few soil removal companies. However, the ones that take out rubbish can also remove soil. On the other hand, hiring a skip is the best option. This allows you to load up your unwanted soil at your convenience.
Once the skip is filled with soil, your skip hire company will safely dispose of the waste in an environmentally friendly way. It is important to note that your skip hire company must have a valid license to collect and dispose of your waste.
Leave a ‘free soil’ sign out.
This is the easiest way to dispose of your garden soil. This is good for anyone interested in taking the soil. The only thing to do is to make sure the soil is easily available in case you’ve stepped out. Consider including your contact information on the signpost.
These tips for disposing of your garden soil are reliable and accessible. If you have any inquiries regarding how to dispose of your garden waste, get in touch with Unbeatable skip and rubbish removals.