Green Organics

Cleanaway provides green organic waste removal and recycling solutions for businesses and consumer needs of all sizes.

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What is green organic waste?

Green waste is defined as biodegradable waste generated from:

  • Garden waste such as grass clippings, trimmings, old stumps, tree branches, twigs, leaves, flowers, weeds and unwanted indoor plants
  • Timber waste such as treated and untreated wood from home renovation projects as well as construction and demolition activities
  • Wood waste and pallet from furniture industries

There are endless recycling opportunities for green waste to be collected and converted into soil conditioners, mulch and compost in accordance with industry best practices. Our green organic waste disposal and recycling solutions can help you:

  • Improve landfill diversion and sustainability rates
  • Lower possible landfill levy charges
  • Lighten the weight, volume and cost of your general waste bin
  • Effectively close the organic loop on this essential waste stream

From the occasional green waste removal to creating and executing a comprehensive garden waste management plan, Cleanaway can help you reach your sustainability goals.

Garden waste collection and disposal service

Cleanaway’s garden waste recycling services ensure that your green and garden waste can be diverted from landfill. When organic waste breaks down in landfill it releases greenhouse gases, particularly methane, which contributes to climate change. By using our services, you can help us fight climate change and make a sustainable future possible.

Our green waste disposal services focus on recovering resources from your garden and garden waste. Cleanaway can provide regular garden rubbish removal for projects, parks, businesses and farms, or we can do ad hoc collections to suit your needs.

Using a garden waste removal collection service helps you improve sustainability rating by diverting as much as possible from the landfill.

Closing the green organic loop

Cleanaway’s green waste recycling facilities are EPA-approved and located throughout Australia. Here, your leaves, grass, tree branches and roots will be recycled into compost and mulch, which are then channeled back to the agriculture and gardening industries. This helps us make a sustainable future possible as it creates a genuine closed loop economy.

Our team of professional agricultural, soil and environmental scientists, backed by experienced operators and a fleet of purpose-built equipment and vehicles, work together to ensure your green and garden waste are put to good use in accordance with industry best practices.

Cleanaway is also certified to ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environment) and AS 4801 (OHS) standards, helping to reduce your risk profile.

Collection and removal
By-product applications

Key customers


Cleanaway can ensure your green organic waste is properly recycled and turned into beneficial new applications.

Agricultural industries

We can help you close the loop on organic agriculture waste.

Why choose Cleanaway 

Largest network in Australia

Leverage on our largest network of strategically placed collection, storage and processing facilities.

100% compliant

Fully compliant fleet and EPA-compliant service with associated EPA documentation provided.

Closed loop solution

Our services are part of a closed loop giving you peace of mind that your waste gets a new lease on life.

Fully accredited

Cleanaway is certified to ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environment) and AS 4801 (OHS) standards, helping to reduce your risk profile.

More solutions for Organic Waste

Cleanaway offers sustainable collection, disposal and recycling services for all your organic waste.
Interested in a Cleanaway service?

Contact us directly on 13 13 39 or fill up one of these short forms. We will get back to you as soon as possible with your request or booking.

Find your nearest Cleanaway team

We are in every major city and region in Australia. Chances are you will find us not too far away from where you are. We’re in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth, as well as Karratha, Rockhampton, Newcastle, Geelong, Port Augusta, Albury, and more.