How it’s made

How it's made

Green waste is collected and taken to a composting site where it is treated using Open Windrow Composting (OWC), where the organic material is shredded then laid out in ‘windrows’ (long lines) to break down over time.

The process takes about six weeks and during this time the windrows are carefully monitored and adjusted to get the best results.

Then after the material has been treated, it becomes GardeNosh – a product that meets PAS100, a British Standards Institution accreditation that means it is no longer waste.

This is all about the sustainable circular economy: taking old green waste, making it useful, then putting it back in the soil to help grow new things.

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