Arrange garden waste collection in Wakefield to responsibly get rid of any green waste created when maintaining your home or business’s outdoor space. As seven in eight UK homes have some kind of garden it means of the 132,000 Wakefield households there could be around 115,000 domestic gardens across the West Yorkshire city.
Regular maintenance is essential to keep them in good shape. Many businesses also need commercial garden waste collection in Wakefield to remove and dispose of green waste. The city is home to lots of green spaces too, such as the Hepworth Wakefield Garden, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Pugneys, and Newmillerdam Country Park. We collect garden waste from any Wakefield homes and businesses.
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Wakefield garden waste
We help homes and businesses in Wakefield with garden waste disposal, including the removal of:
- Grass cuttings
- Hedge trimmings
- Flowers, plants, and leaves
- Bark, branches, and twigs
- Wood chippings
- Garden furniture
- Fencing and decking
- Soil, gravel, and brick rubble (from garden walls)
All garden waste collected in Wakefield is diverted away from landfill, and sent for composting and responsible disposal. Get a free quote for garden waste collection in Wakefield today – call 0333 444 0118 or contact us online.
How garden waste removal in Wakefield works
Start with a free quote for garden waste removal in Wakefield for your home or business. This is tailored to the type and amount of green waste you need removing, where from, and when. If you’re happy with the price we’ll book a time and date for the collection that suits you.
Bag up your green waste ready for removal. Our team will come out in one of our purple vans and load your bags of green waste into the van. They can also lift and carry any garden furniture, fencing, and other such garden waste. They’re not gardeners, so can’t cut your grass or trim any branches.
They are licensed waste carriers though, so will then safely transport your garden waste to a nearby waste transfer station around Wakefield. All garden waste will be checked and sorted and then sent for disposal. The likes of fencing and furniture may be reused or recycled with other wood waste, depending on its type and condition.
Your green waste will likely be sent to a local composting plant. Here all the grass and hedge cuttings, plants, leaves, and twigs are added to huge compost piles. These reach temperatures of 60°C and are regularly turned to quicken the composting process. The results are then used for local agricultural purposes.
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Wakefield Council garden waste collections
Wakefield Council provides free garden waste bins and collections to most households across the city for free. This is a brown 240 litre wheelie bin for grass cuttings, hedge trimmings, twigs, weeds, flowers, and plants from your domestic garden. Households receive one garden waste bin.
Household garden bin collections in Wakefield are on the same day as your general waste bin collection, which depends on your address. However, garden waste collections in Wakefield only run from mid-March until the end of November. At other times of the year, you can take garden waste to your nearest HWRC or arrange collection with Divert.
Why use Divert for garden clearance in Wakefield?
Get rid of any type and amount of garden waste in Wakefield with Divert. We can collect everything from green waste to old outdoor furniture and broken fencing at a time and date that suits you. Our professional team do all the heavy lifting and ensure all waste is diverted away from landfill.
Garden waste collection in Wakefield is available for homes and businesses on a one-off or regular basis. Request a free quote that includes all labour costs and fixed prices tailored to your needs. We’re based in Yorkshire so know the Wakefield district well with close connections to many waste sites to deliver local garden waste removals across the region.
- All garden waste collected in Wakefield
- Reliable garden waste removal
- Free no obligation quote for Wakefield garden clearance
- Fixed prices with no hidden fees
- Green waste diverted away from landfill
Arrange garden waste removal in WakefieldGet a free quote for garden waste removal in Wakefield – call 0333 444 0118 or contact us online. Let us know what you need removing, where from, and when. Speak to one of our friendly experts and they can help with any questions you’ve got about garden waste collection in Wakefield.
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Where can I book garden waste collection in Wakefield?
Garden waste collection is available anywhere in Wakefield and the surrounding towns and villages. We can collect all sorts of garden waste from homes and businesses with a WF postcode. This covers Wakefield, Outwood, and Lofthouse, out to South Kirkby, Allerton Bywater, Dewsbury, and Batley. Book garden waste collection in Wakefield from:
- Wakefield city centre, Outwood, Eastmoor, and Agbrigg (WF1)
- Alverthorpe, Kirkhamgate, Newmillerdam, Sandal, Walton, and Wrenthorpe (WF2)
- Carlton, East Ardsley, Lofthouse, Robin Hood, Stanley, Thorpe, and Tingley (WF3)
- Crofton, Flockton, Horbury, Netherton, Ryhill, West Bretton, and Woolley (WF4)
- Ossett, Gawthorpe, and Healey (WF5)
- Normanton and Altofts (WF6)
- Featherstone, Ackton, Ackworth Moor Top, and Purston Jaglin (WF7)
- Pontefract, Kirk Smeaton, Little Smeaton, and Thorpe Audlin (WF8)
- South Elmsall, South Kirkby, Upton, Fitzwilliam, Hemsworth, and Kinsley (WF9)
- Castleford, Glasshoughton, Allerton Bywater, Ledston, and New Fryston (WF10)
- Knottingley, Brotherton, Fairburn, and Byram (WF11)
- Dewsbury, Thornhill, Briestfield, and Chickenley (WF12)
- Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury Moor, and Staincliffe (WF13)
- Mirfield, Battyeford, and Hopton (WF14)
- Liversedge, Hartshead, Hightown, and Roberttown (WF15)
- Heckmondwike (WF16)
- Batley, Birstall, Hanging Heaton, Soothill, and Staincliffe (WF17)
Does Wakefield Council collect garden waste?
Wakefield Council provides free garden waste bins and collections to many households across the Wakefield district. Garden waste bin collections in Wakefield run from mid-March until late November and are on the same day as general waste bin collections. Each household receives one 240 litre brown garden waste bin.
What can go in a garden waste bin in Wakefield?
Use your brown garden waste bin in Wakefield for domestic garden waste only. This includes:
- Grass cuttings
- Dead flowers and plants
- Shrubs and pruning
- Small branches and twigs
Do not put any tree stumps, soil, or turf into your garden waste bin in Wakefield. Food and raw meat should also not be put in your garden waste bin.