BioLoam is a mixture of bio-solids and woody waste that has been mixed together and formed into windrows allowing biological decomposition to turn the mixture into compost. After the curing process is complete, the compost is screened to produce a fine, rich humus called BioLoam. The product is tested to ensure it meets the Texas Department of Transportation’s specifications as a Class A compost. This product can be used on lawns and gardens alike, producing extraordinary results from the first application.
BioMulch is a by-product of the screening process. It is similar to the BioLoam but it is coarser. This product is great to use as mulch in flower beds or other ornamental uses.
BioSelect is a mixture of BioLoam and sandy loam topsoil that has been mixed together to give the finished product a little more mass than BioLoam alone. It can be used in the same applications as BioLoam.
Woods chips are the result of grinding the woody waste into finer pieces. They can be used as top dressing in flower beds and around trees to help prevent moisture loss.