Indianhead Soil
Your soil’s healthcare

Founded in 2009, Indianhead started its journey towards reducing carbon footprint with a debris disposal facility in North Florida. Understanding that the locals had little access to good organic composts, we expanded our vision to attain carbon neutrality with the added expertise in manufacturing organic compost. Indianhead prides itself in giving customers the access to quality compost and creating a sustainable society in the process.

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Indianhead primarily focuses on two types of compost: both these compost replenish your soil with essential nutrients and nitrogen fixing bacteria, thereby sustaining growth.

¼ Inch Minus

Quarter Inch Minus compost is a finely textured, finished compost, making it ideal for personal yards and golf courses. Using ¼ inch minus has benefits like quick absorption, invisibility, and increased microbial activity, ensuring a healthy turf comprising rich, lush green grass.

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Golf Courses

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Personal Yards and Greeneries

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¾ Inch Minus

A well-cured compost ideal for nourishing the soil with essential nutrients and microbes. Three Quarter Inch Minus is suitable for areas like farmlands. The application of this affordable compost requires heavy machinery.

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Agriculture and Farmlands

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We are committed to being the best debris facility in North Florida. Through our work and structured process, we strive towards building a sustainable society.

Debris recycling services

Customers come to our premises to hand over unwanted natural yard debris. We recycle it, by using an exothermic reaction, to create a nutrient-packed organic compost which you can use to better the soil of your personal yards.

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Debris recycling services

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Responsible Concrete Disposal

We impart an efficient and sustainable way to dispose of your concrete. Whether you are a homeowner breaking up a patio or a contractor replacing sidewalks, we make it easy to dispose of your unwanted concrete.

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Responsible Concrete Disposal

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Blogs

Information, inspiration, solutions - our blogs have everything.

Best practice to remove concrete at home or business

Concrete disposal is much more difficult than some might think. Even though concrete is not considered a “hazardous” material, there…

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3 hacks to make your yard waste greener

You’ve just finished a long day of cleaning your yard, and you’re feeling satisfied with nicely trimmed trees, weeds pulled,…

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Busting composting myths

Composting is an art form. Transforming organic matter into compost using microbes and enzymes creates a potent mix that can…

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