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What is SOIL THERAPY™?
It is the practice of using SOIL THERAPY COMPOST™ soil amendments
and conditioners to revive and rebuild soil in which to grow beautiful flowers, lush lawns, luxuriant shrubs,
and healthy vegetables.
What is SOIL THERAPY COMPOST™?
Soil Therapy Compost is a specially
blended biosolid compost that has been cured to meet the highest quality
standards. STC has been through a series of processes including a
naturally occurring treatment process for pathogen reduction, a
screening process to meet size requirements, and a curing process to
further ensure a high quality stable compost.
Why should I use SOIL THERAPY COMPOST™?.
STC products supply a wide variety of vital nutrients in
a slow release formula. Our products also contain beneficial microbes
that perform numerous functions in the root structure of plants and
within the soil itself. In addition, STC significantly increases the
organic content in any soil structure, acting as a soil amendment or
What's in SOIL THERAPY COMPOST™?
Soil Therapy Compost is a mixture of treated biosolids and wood material
such as wood chips, limbs and yard trimmings. STC biosolids come from
the wastewater treatment processes of a coalition of member cities
with a strong desire to protect the environment. Wood materials needed
for the compost process is collected throughout a three county area from a
number of sources. The combination of wastewater biosolids and wood
waste materials creates STC, an organic product, that truly completes
the recycling process.
Where is SOIL THERAPY COMPOST™
STC is produced by the Angelina & Neches River Authority, at it's Neches
Compost Facility located near Jacksonville, Texas. The Neches Compost
Facility was created as a result of a need for alternative methods of
disposal for biosolids. The Neches Compost Facility was built in 1998,
with a significant expansion completed in 2004.