Food waste, plant matter, brewery and winery waste, cardboard, and paper fibres. Pre and post-consumer organic waste from residents, restaurants and businesses in Thunder Bay and other nearby communities.
Leaves, brush, branches, hedge and tree trimmings, natural Christmas trees, plant materials, grass trimmings and sod. Thunder Bay and other nearby communities, local businesses and landscapers.
Lumber, tree trunks, tree branches, pallets, sawdust and wood shavings. No woody material contaminated by glue, paint or preservatives.
Biosolids contain many valuable nutrients that can be safely incorporated into quality Category "A" compost. Pulp and paper industry.
We work with all facets of the pulp and paper industry in Thunder Bay and other nearby communities.
Going green is a movement that continues to gain momentum, and as a result, many companies are adding sustainable practices to their businesses.
Some examples include drywall and cardboard, diapers, adult incontinence products, grain, and animal food pellets.