One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Unwanted organic material produced by gardening, such as grass cuttings and hedge clippings.‘garden waste will be collected separately’
- ‘The green bins will be used for dry recyclable materials while the brown bins will take organic kitchen and garden waste.’
- ‘The whole village is littered with garden waste.’
- ‘The District Council is beginning a new garden waste recycling scheme early next year.’
- ‘The free collection service will replace the current system, in which householders have to buy green sacks to get rid of garden waste.’
- ‘Among garden waste to compost are grass cuttings, weeds, shredded prunings etc.’
- ‘Firefighters want to encourage more people to compost garden waste rather than starting potentially dangerous bonfires.’
- ‘Green garden waste is brought by the public to household recycling centres across the county.’
- ‘An extra 10,000 households will also receive wheeled bins for the separate collection of garden waste.’
- ‘The council has also recently begun a separate garden waste service.’
- ‘In the past, garden waste was simply put in the same dustcart, which dumped on to landfill.’
- ‘The community skip is there to take all garden waste.’
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