Halloween means it's time for cooler temperatures, garden harvests, and get-togethers with family and friends as decorating, celebrating and cleanup modes begin in earnest. But it also means extra waste going into our landfills. Let's get educated about pumpkin waste.
It’s August and that means it’s time to get together with our green-industry colleagues and landscaping professionals for Nursery/Landscape EXPO, Aug. 9–11 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. Triple-S Compost will exhibit in Booth #2513.
Did you know food waste is the single largest category of waste that ends up in landfills? With more than 70 billion pounds of food waste entering American landfills each year, everyone can be part of the solution!
With exceptional performance in projects from Houston’s most prominent gardens and landmarks to your backyard, our composts, soils and mulches not only fulfill the circular economy but also tremendously improve the health of the land where they are applied.
Triple-S Compost products are featured in the renovations to the historic Hermann Park clubhouse, now reopened as community events and rental venue Lott Hall at Hermann Park.
Thanks to a strong foundation of Triple-S Compost soils, a new community garden at St. John Lutheran Church in Cypress produced a first harvest of more than 2,360 pounds of vegetables and fruit to benefit Cypress Assistance Ministries.
Triple-S Compost has joined one of North America’s leading diversified environmental services providers. We are now GFL Environmental!
Are colored mulches bad for your landscaping? If so, how can gardeners achieve the color they like without all the additives they don’t? Here are some facts to know about colored mulches and — spoiler alert — yes, you can have safe and beautiful colored mulches.
We’re off to San Antonio this week for a green-industry showcase of the latest innovations and trends at the 2021 Nursery/Landscape Expo! Triple-S Compost will exhibit Aug. 5–7 in Booth #2013 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
When St. John Lutheran Church in Cypress announced plans for a community garden to benefit local food pantries and other outreach ministries, Triple-S Compost was eager to help the effort, committing to donate the necessary soil blends, garden mix, composts and mulch to start the project off right.