In the fall, you always see leaves falling and the cool autumn colors of all of the trees, right? You always hear the landscaping people come over and blast the leaves into piles.
The people are always happy to clean up gardens. According to the Ministry of Environment, they reported that Danes disposed of 983,000 tonnes of garden waste in 2019. All of this fall waste is transported, sorted, and processed by waste management systems. The old branches and tree tops are burned to be converted into energy. The small sticks are composted.
In any case, maybe we ought to let a greater amount of our nursery be. As indicated by Per Gundersen, a teacher of timberland environment at the Branch of Geosciences and Regular Asset The board at the College of Copenhagen, there are enormous CO2 reserve funds to be made. Teacher Gundersen determined the ramifications for Denmark’s public environment account in the event that Danes basically permitted garden waste to decay in their nurseries as opposed to consuming it.
Let’s stop pollution by letting the waste decompose in our gardens instead of burning it to make our earth a better place to live for future generations to come!
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
Source: University of Copenhagen
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