D.M.S. RECYLCING, INC.

 D.M.S. Recycling, Inc. offers a variety of different types of mulch.  We manufacture our own mulch by recycling the clean wood waste that is brought to our Boynton Beach facility.  Our mulch is made of a mixture of virgin hardwoods (oak, pine, slash pine, Australian pine, melaleuca, mahogany, and non-treated pallet wood).  We offer a range of color-safe mulches that are not harmful to pets, children, or the environment, and we also sell natural mulch that has no dye.  We can customize colored mulches for larger quantities of mulch that are purchased. Our mulch can be purchased in delivery in bulk quantities or for installation.  We also have supplies of bulk mulch products for sale at our Boynton Beach yard.  Please contact us today for pricing and more information. 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Mulch

 

Black Mulch

 

Chocolate Brown Mulch

 

Natural Mulch

 

Playground Chips

 

Gold Mulch

 

Melaleuca Mulch

 

Cypress Mulch

 

Mulch Products

 

The Benefits of Using Mulch

  • Mulch holds in moisture, moderates soil temperature, and prevents roots of plantings from drying out quickly. 
  • Using mulch around plants can inhibit weed germination and growth. 
  • Mulch prevents soil splashing, which not only stops erosion, but keeps soil-borne diseases from splashing up onto plants. 
  • When the mulch breaks down, it adds nutrients to the soil.  It also encourages earthworms to occupy the area, which promotes healthy soil and a nutrient cycle. 
  • The application of mulch will provide a beautifully landscaped environment. 

 

Mulch

 

Soil/Compost

 

D.M.S. Recycling, Inc. manufactures soil/compost.  The soil/compost that we manufacture is made up of 100% clean  landscape vegetation that is brought into our Boynton Beach facility.  We offer bulk delivery, sales in bulk at our Boynton Beach yard, and installation.  We can even install the soil via our blow trucks on rooftop plantings.  Please contact us today for more information and pricing. 

  • Soil/Compost improves soil structure.
  • Soil/Compost increases nutrient content.
  • Soil/Compost retains water, which is helpful during droughts.  
  • Soil/Compost helps in decreasing plant disease and pests.

The Benefits of Using Soil/Compost

MULCH AND SOIL

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Mulch and Soil

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