Near by my home there are barber shops where they throw hair clippings in the dustbin and when the contents are burned it gives a bad smell.
How I can suggest them to properly dispose or recycle the hair clippings, so we can prevent this bad smell.
There is a market for human hair:
Hair is an organic material that can be composted. It will probably slow down composting if added in large amounts, so you need to spread out the hair over a compost heap. It counts as a nitrogen source, so be sure to add some browns (carbon-rich materials such as cardboard for example) to get a good C:N ratio for composting. According to this article there are some disadvantages:
More info on research on composting hair in this article on sciencedaily.com
Someone suggested to use human hair as a substitute for toilet paper, but personally I'm rather unsure if this was a serious proposal and if it would really work (the post in question currently has a -2 score).