With the new rules of green waste disposal, the need to seek viable alternatives for the maintenance of green areas within cities, as well as for the cleaning and maintenance of trees on urban roads and highways has arisen.
To adapt to this new reality, many have implemented new urban cleaning plans that include the reuse of organic waste from urban pruning by means of the organic composting.
Organic composting makes it possible for pruning waste to be reused to return to nature in a beneficial way, enriching the soil for planting new trees and plants in public roads or in municipal gardens or schools.
In order to meet the demand in urban cleaning, Lippel has invested to offer the best technology available in the processing of tree pruning. By chipping the material, city halls and service providers can use a truck to transport in just one trip, the same amount that eight trucks would carry if the remains of trees were not chipped, generating a great saving of transportation resources.
Another means of generating savings from public or private resources is composting itself. Composting not only makes it possible to dispose of organic waste without harming the environment, but it also produces the best quality organic fertilizer, which can even completely eliminate the need to buy fertilizers to apply to trees or gardens and crops.
As a result, many have benefited from organic composting, reusing this material, from distributing them to farmers, who apply the fertilizer to their crops, such as through their use in orchards, schools or even the commercialization of organic fertilizer.