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Transfer site safety meeting

Transfer site safety meeting

Southern Bark Mulch lining a walkway

Southern Bark Mulch lining a walkway

Notice the clean lines!

River rock enhances a hosta bed

River rock enhances a hosta bed

River rock is a great addition to any garden.

Lety knows mulch

Lety knows mulch

Lety can help you choose your mulch and schedule delivery.

New Mulch

New Mulch

Transfer site office

Transfer site office

Zucchini

Zucchini

Mulch enriches a summer veggie garden.

Leaf Mulch in a perrenial bed

Leaf Mulch in a perrenial bed

Our premium dark brown hardwood mulch in a spring bed.

Southern Bark Mulch in a tree ring

Southern Bark Mulch in a tree ring

Garden mix for flourishing veggies

Garden mix for flourishing veggies

University of IL Extension uses DK garden mix in school gardens

Great veggies!

Great veggies!

DK donates the mulch for a local school garden project.

The Step by Step Process

Step 1
Step 1

As a load is being dumped, our staff carefully directs the truck to avoid injury or mistakes.

Step 2
Step 2

Concentrating on the placement to make sure it's done correctly.

Step 3
Step 3

Locally sourced waste will be recycled and placed back into our communities.

Step 4
Step 4

Our staff is always ready to work for you!

Step 5
Step 5

A Pay Loader carefully places product into our Vermeer TG7000 Grinder, and the outcome is the first step in our mulch making process.

Step 6
Step 6

In the world of mulch making, steam is good!

Step 7
Step 7

Making sure the Pay Loader is always clean and in good condition.

Step 8
Step 8

Transporting material between our 3 different sites.

Step 9
Step 9

Constant supervision is required for a happy and healthy company!

Step 10
Step 10

Our Doppstadt Screener effectively sizes and separates product.

Step 11
Step 11

Another view of the Screener dropping off the screened product.

Step 12
Step 12

Our latest purchase is the Backhus Turner; a great help in the production of mulch.

Call us now: 1(847) 234-5499
email: info@dkorganics.com