Recycled garden organics compost and mulch

Solo Resource Recovery is a 100% Australian owned and operated waste management company that has been providing efficient waste solutions for government, business and households for over 85 years.

On the Mornington Peninsula we specialise in the collection, transport, processing and disposal of all forms of waste including garbage, recyclables, organic waste, commercial waste and trade waste. Solo also manage waste disposal facilities such as waste transfer stations, recycling plants and landfill operations also. We provide services to municipal, commercial and residential customers in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia with waste collection and disposal operations just commencing in Western Australia.

Our waste services have always been based on innovation – delivering proven technology at great value for our customers. We have had many firsts here in Australia, such as the first side loading residential garbage truck for residential green waste collections, residential garbage, and recycling collections; the first divided wheelie bin and truck; the first private company to have independent quality certification; and the first municipal waste collection service with carbon emissions offset.

We are pleased to offer quality products for your mulching and compost needs, processed and matured from recycled garden organics; (tree and shrub prunings, grass clippings, fallen leaves and general garden waste) from the Mornington Peninsula.  Both products are certified to Australian Standard AS4454

By supporting our products you will be making a significant contribution towards a major reduction in waste to landfills, returning carbon to soils and greatly assist in improving our urban environment.

You can collect these products from the Mornington Peninsula Shire Transfer Stations at Rye, Tyabb and Mornington, or we can arrange a delivery if you wish.


For further enquiries and orders please contact us on 1300 858 656

Peninsula Essence Home & Garden Feature – September 2019

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