Recycling and Composting

Composting is one of the most beneficial forms of recycling. This process completes the food chain cycle by returning the essential nutrients that have been removed from the solid during crop production.

Composting landscape waste, food scraps, stable bedding, and other environmentally friendly compostable matter into enriched compost promotes a cleaner environment for people and healthier plant growth to sustain our food sources. Compost also contains essential micronutrients such as iron and manganese that are often absent in synthetic, chemical-based fertilizers and releases its nutrients slowly and improves the structure and health of your soil by adding organic matter.

Our compost’s pH is in the optimum range for nutrient availability, helps sandy soil retain water, helps break up clay soil to allow root structures to spread, and helps all soils increase their ability to resist erosion and retain moisture.

Our compost’s pH is in the optimum range for nutrient availability, helps sandy soil retain water, helps break up clay soil to allow root structures to spread, and helps all soils increase their ability to resist erosion and retain moisture.

Using compost is a natural way to replenish and condition soil to make every square foot more productive.

We are also proud to be an authorized blender for rooflite® Certified Green Roof Media Products. Through proper production processes, quality control measures, and periodic testing, we can accommodate your green roof project of any size and ensure optimized performance. From typical sedum roofs to rooftop farming, rooflite® Certified Green Roof Media has been engineered for success in any region or green roof project.

To learn more about recycling compostable material, composting, or rooflite® products, contact us today.