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Inside Material Change, an organic waste recycling company in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 10:20 16 May 2019 | UPDATED: 12:01 16 May 2019

Material Change

Material Change

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With six composting sites across the Midlands and the East of England, Material Change have been recycling organic waste for over 16 years, turning it into a valuable nutrient rich Soil Improver containing phosphate, potash, magnesium, manganese, small amounts of Nitrogen and trace elements

They ensure that the compost has gone through the correct quality procedure meaning the Soil Improver is certified PAS:100, ensuring safe handling for you and your garden.

Their Soil Improver is a rich, dark, free flowing material suitable for digging in to existing soil. It breaks up heavy clay soils thus improving plant growth and water retention. It also works well as a surface mulch. You can have their landscaper's grade of 0-12mm soil improver delivered in bulk bags or larger quantities of loose loads.

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Their dedicated friendly sales team will be able to guide you through the order process and provide information and help with regards to their products.

To complement their PAS:100 Soil Improver, the Suffolk-based site also has an extensive range of landscaping barks, mulches and playground surfacings to include; Pine Bark Chips, Pine Ornamental, Walkway Chip, Dark Ornamental, Play Chip, Play Barks, Border Bark, Contract Ornamental, Super Soil 50:50, Topsoil and Turf Humus.

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All products are available in loose loads or bulk bags which can be delivered. Material Change can deliver products anywhere in the UK. You can also collect any of their products direct from the Creeting St Mary Site in Suffolk.

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For more information please visit the website: www.material-change.com

Or give them a call on 01449 722318

Material Change Composting Ltd

The Watering Farm, Creeting St Mary, Suffolk, IP6 8ND

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