A green choice
Recycling your cedar twigs and branches will allow not only to reduce your carbon footprint but also to give a second life to your cedar trimmings. With the use an ecological process of mechanical extraction, no chemicals are used in the making of essential oils to be used in the medical field. The leftovers will be recycled into mulch or in all natural compost.
To ensure your cedar trimmings can be recycled, make sure that you cuttings are branches with about 70% foliage. Branches should not be more than 2 and a half inches in diameter and 4 feet long. In short, that means you should be able to bring anything that was chopped off with a hedge trimmer.
* Please note that only cedar cuttings will be accepted.
Recycling, a collaboration story