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EKO Compost

In 1977, in a mountain valley of western Montana, a unique project was launched. If successful, it would harness an age old process to turn society's least desirable commodities - biosolids and other organic wastes - into a life enhancing product.

The project's goal was clear: Develop a process to rebuild soil depleted by decades of farming, mining or industrial use. The process had to be relatively simple and cost effective, yet 100% effective in revitalizing the soil.

The best hope lay in composting, the natural process by which micro organisms digest and transform all organic matter. What wasn't known was whether this process could be made economically viable. Or if it could purify the soils of their heavy metals and other contaminants.

As it turns out, the project was spectacularly successful in answering these questions. The EKO process is one of the most effective composting technologies ever developed. Today wastes that once clogged landfills and polluted oceans are being turned into rich, clean soil.

Introducing EKO, the company that started it all.

United States Composting Council

Eko Compost is one of the charter members of the United States Composting Council's Seal Of Testing Assurance Program.

Every batch of EKO Compost is rigorously tested to ensure that it meets and exceeds all process and product standards, including the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Class A "Exceptional Quality" compost, good for unrestricted use.