Also known as garden waste, or agricultural waste, covers unprocessed plant materials (not including shredding), which can biodegrade, without causing harm to the environment. This category may sometimes include food waste, as some business which process of green waste, will use the same techniques for processing food waste. Treatment often involved the production of compost, or bio fuels. Green waste is higher in nitrogen, and it’s sister waste, Brown Waste (twigs, dry leaves, saw dust) is high in carbon. As both are used in composting, and often collected together, for the sake of this listing, both are covered together. Examples can include hedge cuttings, leaves, flowers, grass cuttings.