I've had a look at the forums with regards to charges for removal of green waste, and feel the commercial tipping charge is around £120 per tonne? That's the same as for builders waste that goes to landfill? I assume ours goes in the same landfill hole, but rots quicker?
Recycling, composting, bio-energy etc etc are big news now, the same as fly-tipping. The two are linked due to extortionate charges to tip green waste. I am in the process of setting up a facility to literally recycle green waste at no cost to gardeners. Sounds too good to be true, but I don't want your bank details....
If pricing lawn mowing and hedge cutting is strangled by waste removal costs, please respond. It's purely an idea from a frustrated mind, that would never work solo. Embraced by professional gardeners and expanded nationally, solves the issue for potential customers and gardeners alike. I sound like a "snake oil salesman", even to myself, but this is an initiative that will succeed by group collaboration, and not me alone.
Must be worth a response?