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Yes. We are regulated through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) under the Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 332, which lists allowable concentration level of heavy metals in Class-A compost. The heavy metals in Dyno Dirt compost are less than 10 percent of what is allowed by the state and federal regulatory agency.
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All Dyno Dirt products can be paid for and picked up at the Pecan Creek Water Reclamation Plant, located at 1100 S Mayhill Road in Denton. The facility is open year-round, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 7 am to 3 pm.
Products are sold by the cubic yard and will be loaded into your truck or open trailer. Accepted forms of payment include check, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.
Bagged Dyno Dirt (compost only) may also be purchased in one-cubic-foot bags at this location.
Dyno Dirt products are sold by the cubic yard. A cubic yard is about the size of a standard washing machine.
No, anyone can purchase the material.
Dyno Dirt is nutrient-rich compost made using anaerobically digested biosolids from the Pecan Creek Water Reclamation Plant and yard waste. Dyno Dirt is considered Class-A compost for unrestricted use.
Biosolids are nutrient-rich organic materials resulting from the treatment of domestic sewage in a treatment facility. When treated and processed, these residuals can be recycled and applied as fertilizer to improve and maintain productive soils and stimulate plant growth.
The National Academy of Sciences has reviewed current practices, public health concerns, and regulatory standards, and has concluded that the use of these materials in the production of crops for human consumption when practiced in accordance with existing federal guidelines and regulations, presents negligible risk to the consumer, to crop production, and to the environment.
the use of these materials in the production of crops for human consumption when practiced in accordance with existing federal guidelines and regulations, presents negligible risk to the consumer, to crop production, and to the environment
Dyno Dirt products are tested bi-monthly by Midwest Laboratories, Inc., a certified lab of the United States Composting Council’s (USCC) Seal of Testing Assurance program.
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Upon completion of the composting process, Dyno Dirt is nutrient-rich and has an earthy dirt smell.
Yes. Dyno Dirt is produced as a Class-A compost that meets all state (TCEQ) and federal (EPA) regulatory agencies requirements for “unrestricted use".
Yes, like all materials stored in an outside environment, it is possible to get weed seed in the material due to wind exposure and other factors.
Your local nursery or master gardener program are the best sources to determine which plants and seeds will work best for you. They are also helpful if you want to learn the proper use of gardening supplies. You may email the Denton County Master Gardener program or call 940-349-2892.
The weight of these products depends on the moisture levels and composition. Dyno Dirt weighs an average of 1,000 pounds per cubic yard, varying between 700 pounds to 1,200 pounds per cubic yard. Dyno Soil weighs an average of 1,500 pounds per cubic yard, varying between 1,100 pounds to 1,800 pounds per cubic yard.
Yes, but you must sign a waiver when hauling more than the recommended amount.
Yes, but you must keep your receipt and present it at the sales building each time prior to loading. This option does not apply during special sales promotions.