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Common Recycling Questions
At EverGro, we are committed to reducing, reusing, recycling and repurposing various types of “waste” resources. We will convert the recycled material to environmentally safe and beneficial products for everyone. Our convenient facility location allows us to service customers throughout the Houston area.
Monday - Friday: 7am - 5pm CST
Saturday: 7am - 3pm CST
As of right now, we are a drop-off only facility located in Crosby, TX.
Our 91-acre recycling facility is in Northeast Houston and can handle the recycling of over 150,000 tons of waste per year. We proudly provide quality recycling services to customers in the Houston area.
Recycling offers a variety of benefits to the environment such as reducing the overall amount of waste that are being sent to landfills, providing fertilization for plants, reducing the amount of greenhouse gas emission, and conserving the amount of new raw materials collected.
All forms of organic feedstock such as yard trimmings, land clearings, sawdust, stumps, vegetation, woodchips, dimensional lumber, cut-offs, and scraps are eligible for organic recycling. We take these organic feedstocks and essentially combine them with nitrogen in biosolids to convert the waste back into beneficial products.
Here at EverGro, we proudly associate ourselves with the United States Composting Council, Go Texan, and the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association (TNLA).
As a layer of mulch can provide your crops with a clean, uniform appearance along with many nutrients, it is important to know how much mulch you need before choosing the type of mulch. The amount of mulch needed can be calculated using this formula: length (ft) x height (ft) x width (ft) / 27. Use our online calculator to determine how much you need.
As treated wood, or wood that is either painted or glued contain chemicals that are not suitable for recycling, it is important to identify “clean wood” which includes wood scraps, wood pallets, dimensional lumber, cut-offs, woodchips, and sawdust. Wood that contains nails, screws, staples, or other metal fasteners are still considered as good candidates for recycling
All material below must not be treated:
- Brush/Tree Trimmings
- Single Ground Mulch
- Wood Chips
EverGro is currently not accepting any lumber.
Here at EverGro, we offer organic shredded native black mulch made from natural forest products and black mulch that utilizes a carbon-based dye. Yes, our colored mulch kid friendly and pet safe.
Compost is made to feed the soil while fertilizer is made to feed the plants. Adding in compost to your soil helps improve the water holding capacity, provides organic matter, and active biology in the soil. Essentially, compost and fertilizer can work together to provide nutrients for plants as well as hold in moisture.
Aside from adding in mulch to make your landscape look more pleasing, it also provides many great benefits to both your soil and plants. Mulch is very beneficial in helping to provide organic matter, retain moisture in the soil, improving soil conditions, increasing biological activity, preventing soil erosion and soil compaction, and much more.