Mulch and Compost

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1502 Holland Road
P.O. Box 120
Belton, TX 76513
254-933-5823


Mulch and Compost

The Temple-Belton Wastewater Treatment facility produces Tri-Gro products available to the public for purchase at 2405 East 6th Avenue or call 254-939-6471. The most popular product is a compost humus produced with wood products and wastewater bio-solids. Since Tri-Gro is processed at temperatures above 133 degrees, it is free of weed seeds, plant diseases and pathogens.

**Notice To Consumer**
Tri-Gro is a sewage sludge product that has been processed in a manner that meets all Texas Commission on Environmental Quality(TCEQ) requirements of "uncontrolled use" as a soil conditioner and organic fertilizer.
The City of Belton recommends that it not be used for growing crops for human consumption. The use of the product should be restricted to areas such as lawns, flowers, and other home gardens.

Payment Methods:
Credit/debit card, check, and money orders. Cash and American Express are not accepted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Standard Pricing

 

 

Product                                        

 Price Per Cubic Yard  

          Availability

 Cull

 $8.00

 

 Unscreened Compost

 $10.00

         Tuesday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 Screened Compost

$10.00 

         Saturdays 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Native Wood Mulch

 $4.00

            Closed Holidays

Cedar Mulch(when available)

$15.00

 

Wholesale Pricing
100 yards of more

**Must be removed from the
facility within 48 hours to
qualify for wholesale pricing.

 

Product

Price Per Cubic Yard

 

Cull

$6.00

 

Unscreened Compost

$7.00

 

Screened Compost

$7.00

 

Native Wood Mulch

$2.00

 

                                                              

Advantages of Mulch

 Tri-Gro Benefits

  • Improves the appearance of beds and gardens

  • Slows weed growth

  • Provides natural cover

  • Decreases soil temperature in summer

  • Insulates and protects plants in winter

  • Provides slow release of nitrogen

  • Improves soil tilth, making digging and tilling easier

  • Improves moisture retention

  • Provides organic matter that commercial fertilizers can't provide

  • Good for sand and clay soil