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Purchase Organic Products2019-06-21T08:32:49-05:00

Commercial & Residential Landscaping Materials

Midwest Companies collects industrial, commercial, and agricultural waste, then recycles and creates mulch, compost, ground gypsum, or stone from organic materials. We keep valuable “green” waste out of Illinois’ landfills and deliver high-quality products to commercial farmers and landscapers in Greater Chicago, IL. Looking for someone to spread compost on your farm? Ask us about GPS precision spreading and compost spreading services.

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Black organic compost from manufactured waste

Compost

Farmers and commercial agriculturalists in the Midwest prefer our product because it is derived from “green” waste.

Benefits: drought protection and supports crop production.

Red mulch product

Red Mulch

Attractive, high-quality red mulch is commonly used for commercial landscaping around office parks and buildings.

Benefits of Red Mulch: add color and texture, reduce water loss from soil, improve soil quality, protect plant roots from extreme temperatures.

Brown Mulch product

Brown Mulch

For a natural look in parks and residential landscaping, commercial landscapers prefer brown mulch

Benefits of Brown Mulch: add curb appeal, conserve moisture in the soil, and reduce weed growth

Premium mulch product

Premium Mulch

Recycled shredded tree bark from commercial landscape waste is used to create premium hardwood mulch.
Benefits of Premium Mulch: add curb appeal, conserve moisture in the soil, and reduce weed growth

Double-ground mulch

Double-Ground Mulch

Use for an attractive landscape or garden

Benefits of Double-Ground Mulch: add curb appeal, conserve moisture in the soil, and reduce weed growth

Triple-ground mulch

Triple-Ground Mulch

If your preference is triple-ground mulch, you’ll receive the same benefits of our premium and double-ground products.

Benefits of Triple-Ground: add curb appeal, conserve moisture in the soil, and reduce weed growth

Piles of ground gypsum

Ground Gypsum

Recycled drywall from commercial construction waste is turned into ground gypsum for the Midwest’s farming community.

Benefits: Improve soil structure, remove excess sodium, and reduce runoff and erosion with this common ground gypsum amendment

Ground rail ties

Ground Rail Ties

Recycled railroad ties are turned into wood chips (TIEROC) most commonly used to absorb moisture in surface areas traveled by trailer tippers in Landfills or for co-generation incineration plants as a fuel source.

Benefits: TIEROC (Registered Trademark pending) Ground railroad ties are a cost-effective alternative to rock and stone for surface materials and are an environmentally safe, also an organic matter used to create fuel.

Ground stone product

Ground Stone