Natural Material Delivery

Compost Delivery

We deliver a variety of landscape materials by the cubic yard. We can deliver as much or as little material as you need. Use the calculator below to determine how many yards of material you’ll need for your area.

Pea Pebbles
  • Compost
  • Top Soil
  • Pea Gravel
  • Road Base
  • 3/4″ minus washed gravel
  • S-Fill
  • General Borrow
  • Pit Run
  • Non-Spec 3″-4″ minus E-Fill
  • 3″ A1A Fill
  • 1″ A1B Commercial Road Base
  • 1.5″ Commercial Road Base
  • UDOT Spec Road Base
  • Pond Sand
  • A1B Bedding Sand
  • 3/8″ minus bedding sand
  • 4″-8″ Cobble
  • 1″ Rock unwashed
  • 3/4″ Rock unwashed
  • 1/2″ Rock unwashed
  • 1/4″ Chip unwashed
  • #8 Sand washed
Certified Compost Seal

US Composting Council (USCC) Certified!

We get our compost from the Salt Lake Valley Landfill where they produce a high quality, certified compost product that has undergone rigorous testing.d

Composting Material

What Is Compost?

Compost is an organic product created through the controlled decomposition of biodegradable materials. As the materials decompose, they reach a high temperature of up to 160 degrees Fahrenheit, which significantly reduces pathogens and occurrence of weed seeds. Compost is typically used as a soil amendment and contributes to plant nutrients.

Finished Compost

Composting Process:

Green waste, including tree branches, grass clippings and leaves are placed in windrows, turned, and composted for about 12 weeks. During the 12-week process, windrows are turned 5-7 times, ensuring organic materials reach a temperature of at least 132 degrees for 15 days. These high temperatures ensure that any weed seeds or unwanted pathogens are killed off.

After the windrow process is complete, the compost is then run through a trommel screen in order to separate fine and coarse materials.  The fine material is sold as USCC certified compost product.

* Information taken from the Salt Lake County website.

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