Enva produce a green compost that can benefit agriculture as a low-cost, sustainable animal bedding material. Its water absorbency can complement or replace straw promoting high animal welfare standards.
The product is a high-quality compost ideal for use as a cheaper alternative animal bedding, meeting British Standards Institution specification of BSI PAS100.
Our green compost is derived from recycled materials from gardens and parks and available for collection or delivery from our depot in South Lanarkshire.
Additionally, compost bedding can be applied back to land and used as a slow release fertiliser and soil amendment, in conjunction with farm fertiliser and waste management plans.
PAS100 compost has a number of benefits that make it a preferred option for Animal Bedding;
Our South Lanarkshire composting facility is open all year round for compost collections and bulk deliveries throughout Central Scotland. We can supply compost on an ad hoc basis or regular scheduled deliveries based on farm and livestock requirements. Contact our team today to discuss options.
We are located at Newhousemill Road, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire G72 0TR.
Enva green compost can benefit agriculture as a low-cost alternative animal bedding and meets BSI PAS100 specification. It is easy to store, handle and apply;
Enva are at the forefront of recycling and environmental services specifically tailored to agriculture. Our aim is to recycle suitable organic materials to agricultural land lessening farms reliance upon imported chemical fertiliser and expensive animal bedding. Benefits include a reduction in farm bedding and growing costs while lessening the carbon footprint of farm enterprises.
Enva has earned a reputation for offering sound technical expertise and providing sustainable, cost effective solutions that empower clients to manage their businesses in compliance with the increasing burden of environmental legislation.
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Compost bedding can be used as a slow release fertiliser and soil amendment, in conjunction with your farm fertiliser and waste management plan. Nutrients within our compost should be included within the farm waste management plan.
Farmers should abide by good agricultural practice guidelines such as the PEPFAA code and ensure no more than 250 kg/ha of organic nitrogen is applied within a 12-month period.
Our product is a green waste and food derived compost produced in an in-vessel composting (IVC) system with an additional maturation stage. Certified to BSI PAS100 it can be used as a slow release fertiliser and soil amendment.
We not only deliver a great product to the market, but it's also sustainable and cost effective for our customers. Applications include golf courses, gardening projects, landscaping works, large land remediation, mine restoration where land is restored to its previous state and tree planting.
Compost can benefit agriculture as a soil amendment and fertiliser. The high organic matter content makes this compost an exceptional means to build up the soil profile.
Our PAS100 quality certified compost from co-mingled food & green waste is available in grades 0-10mm, 0-20mm and 0-40mm, and green waste only compost is available in grade 0-20mm. Read more.
The British Standards Institutions 'Publicly Available Specification' 100 (BSI PAS 100 or PAS100) provides a baseline quality specification for compost. PAS 100 includes requirements about how materials such as green and green-food waste can be processed. Composts produced by an accredited site under the certification scheme can achieve ‘product status’, which means that they are no longer regulated as wastes.
PAS100 provides strict requirements to make sure that feedstock materials, such as green and green-food waste, are processed in a controlled way. For example, that the materials being composted are passed through an effective sanitisation stage.
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