Since 1974, A1 Organics has focused on services related to organic residual reduction and organic recycling services. Additionally, A1 Organics provides services related to organic recycling on a one time or continuing basis, which includes:
During the summer months in particular, yard waste and other organic waste can consume from 40% to 60% of the available landfill space. With landfill space diminishing and new landfills becoming harder and harder to permit, alternatives become much more important. Composting is one such alternative that works to keep organic waste out of the landfill while providing a useful alternative.
Any non-hazardous, non-toxic organic product can, in most cases, be composted. A1 Organics has extensive experience composting the following materials:
A1 Organics also provided custom composting operations for a host of governmental agencies and corporate clients.
Different composts have different attributes. While all composts are beneficial to plant growth, not all composts have the same characteristics. Given the variety of different raw organic materials, A1 Organics can custom blend compost to meet the customer’s specific needs. A1 Organics will work with nurseries, landscape architects, and landscapers to come up with a blend of compost that meets their specific needs
A1 Organics offers commercial grinding and waste reduction services to its clients. A1 owns a Morbark 1300 series tub grinder that are mobile and can be taken to individual client sites. This grinder has a 1000 horsepower Caterpillar engine, self-contained grapple loader, and a 13-foot diameter tub. Depending on the size of material being ground, the Morbark can grind between 400 to 1200 cubic yards per hour or more. Grinding normally results in volume reductions of 40% to 80%. Volumes of raw organic materials can be ground quickly, making the operations very cost competitive. The reduction of volume translates into reduced transportation costs. Finally, the ground material can either be used as mulch or it can be composted.