Woodchips, Topsoil, and Mulch

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Landscaping Products for Sale: Woodchips, Topsoil, and Mulch Image of our wood chip area at landfill

The CMCMUA recycles waste material (wood pallets, woody debris, leaves, and biosolids) into useful, high-quality landscaping products in the form of woodchips, mulch, and organically rich compost and topsoil.

Landscaping Products are available for sale and pick up in whole one-yard increments* at the  CMCMUA Environmental Complex  (a.k.a. Sanitary Landfill) located on County Route 610 in Woodbine.   As you enter the Complex, drive up onto the inbound scale and talk to the scale house operator.  The scale house operator will take your order, collect your money (cash, check, Visa, MC, Discover), and direct you to the pickup location.  Please drive slowly and carefully!

*For questions, pricing, ordering, or delivery information, please call the CMCMUA Landscaping Product Specialist at (609) 861-5701, then select option 1.

Product Description


Brown or Black Wood Chips

Made from recycled wood pallets
Will help your plants grow better.  1 
Colors do not leach out.  2
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Root Mulch 

Made from tree stumps, trunks, and limbs. Double shredded and screened, this is an excellent quality dark mulch. 1
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Screened Leaf Compost 

The ultimate recycled product.
 Clean and consistent quality,
passing through a ⅜ inch screen.

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A topsoil mix consisting of 50% screened topsoil, 40% screened leaf compost and 10% biosolids.
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  1. As the woodchips and mulch age, soil structure is improved and nutrients are added to the existing soil. CMCMUA wood chips and mulch will inhibit the growth of weeds, retain soil moisture, and keep the soil cooler thereby creating a happy place for your plants.
  2. Once dry, the dyes are on the wood chips permanently. CMCMUA wood chips will typically maintain their color for more than a year.

FAQ: How much material do I need? 

  1. Find a tape measure and calculator.
  2. Determine the square foot measurement of the area.  If you have a planting bed that measures 4 feet wide and 25 feet long, the area is 100 square feet. (4 x 25 = 100)
  3. For a material depth of 3 inches (or 0.25 feet), multiply 0.25 feet by 100 square feet to get 25 cubic feet. (0.25 x 100 = 25)
  4. One cubic yard is 27 cubic feet.  The CMCMUA sells landscaping products in cubic yard increments so you would need to buy 1 cubic yard of material to place a 3 inch layer of material on a 25 foot by 4 foot planting bed.