How the TILZ process works.
Like any process, it happens one step at a time.
3. After grinding, the material sits in an assembly line of sorts where it "cooks" naturally until it reaches ideal temperature and color.
2. Next, the yard waste is ground up by feeding it into a large machine that shreds everything up into smaller pieces.
4. The finished product is screened where pieces larger than 1/2” are expelled. The end product is our TILZ Topdressing Mulch. (The larger pieces are moved back to the cooking line where they continue to break down.)
1. We start with the fresh local yard and plant waste that is dropped off at our facility.
Go Green ~
KEEP YARD WASTE
OUT OF LANDFILLS
"In 2005, an estimated 245.7 million tons of municipal solid wastes were generated in the United States. That's 4.5 pounds per person - comprised of yard trimmings, food scraps, wood waste, paper and paperboard products are the largest component of our trash and make up about two-thirds of the solid waste stream."
- US Composting Council