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Our food waste-based compost and soils give you the foundation you need for a healthy landscape that requires less maintenance

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New England Compost

Protect Your Landscape Investment the Organic Way

Our food-waste based compost and soils give you the foundation you need for a healthy landscape that requires less maintenance and is naturally pest- and disease-free.

Whether you are planning an entire sustainable organic landscape or are interested in improving the health of your existing lawn or garden, New England Compost has a solution for your landscape needs.

New to gardening? Let us help you build a healthy garden and do it right the first time!

The ASP Method

A NO-RUSH, DONE-THE-RIGHT-WAY METHOD
Our compost isn’t only unique because of the biologically diverse items we add, but also because of the process we use to make it.

Our Compost is produced using the Aerated Static Pile (ASP) method of composting. Our unique, blended mixture is placed on perforated piping. By introducing airflow into the pile, we are able to maintain aerobic conductions throughout the first 30 day, active phase.

ASP method compost

With our (ASP) system we have the ability to maintain proper moisture and oxygen levels for the microorganisms to thrive. We utilize the heat given off by the microbes to destroy weed seeds, parasites and pathogens. 

ASP method compost

Upon completion of the active phase Our compost is cured for a minimum of 120 day, At the end of the curing cycle we screen the finished compost. Resulting in a stable, biologically rich compost.

Since 2001

Nestled in the heart of Danbury, CT, New England Compost was founded in 2001 by Jeff Demers, a long-time landscape professional (member of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association) who saw the growing interest and need in all-natural lawn and landscaping products.

Initially, our Danbury, Connecticut manufacturing facility focused on natural mulch and soils. In 2003, we added an all-natural compost made from 100% recycled yard trimmings. Over the next few years the demand for our compost outpaced our soil and eventually our mulch products.

In 2006, we joined the U.S. Composting Council and the Connecticut Chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) to strengthen our experience and commitment to compost and other organic land care products.

In 2008, we introduced our line of organic compost and soils. Unlike our original compost and soils, we have developed proprietary formulas that are tested regularly to meet exacting standards. Using only 100% organic materials from select Connecticut and New York State farms and municipalities, we are able to deliver a consistent product year after year.

Whether you are planning an entire sustainable organic landscape or are interested in improving the health of your existing lawn or garden, New England Compost has a solution for your landscape needs.

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