Woodscape is a leader in the inter-mountain west in recycling old pallets and other wood waste, with most of our product being recycled three or four times before we recycle it into the beautiful colored mulch and other useful Woodscape products. Woodscape has a Challenger grinding system that grinds wood components that can no longer be recycled into pallets by Pallet Express. Magnets remove the nails from the ground wood fiber, the ground wood fiber is then screened and conveyed to bins where it waits to be colored or used in our other recycled products. Nails taken from the old pallets are also recycled for scrap metal.
Woodscape has also been working with Soil board district, USU extension, and local farmers to help recycle animal waste from farms. Woodscape picks up the animal waste then takes it to our compost facility where it has wood waste added to make a perfect blend of Nitrogen to Carbon ratio. The compost is watered and turn regularly to optimize the compost process where the piles will reach about 160 degrees as the compost cooks. Composting animal waste has helped improve soil conditions on farms across the state, and has helped maintain clean water in our rivers and streams. Woodscape is proud to be able to help local farmers increase their bottom lines while providing beautiful products for our communities.