Your Local Soil Experts
Quality, affordable compost, soil and mulch in Nova Scotia
We are proud of our planet protecting products.
How We Can Help
At Fundy Compost we are committed to protecting the environment for future generations.
By using our waste as a resource we create affordable:
High Quality Compost, Topsoil, Lawn Top Dressing and Mulch.
We are also happy to provide our customers with various gravels, and stone products, along with knowledgeable, personal service. We can load your pickup trucks or trailers with a small loader or skidsteer.
Fundy Compost is proud to keep thousands of metric tonnes of material out of the landfill every year. We are an integral part of the composting/recycling efforts which make Nova Scotia a leader in the field. One of the goals of composting is to eliminate methane production (a highly aggressive greenhouse gas) in landfills.
Volume discounts are available starting at full tandem loads for many of our products. Commercial users, such as landscapers or farmers, should call us at (902) 673-3020, or (902) 986-1610 for wholesale pricing and credit applications.
A soil expert can be booked to come to one of your meetings, give a talk and answer questions on soils, compost, growing season, tips and more.
Call 902-673-3020 to arrange a talk
Why Buy From Fundy Compost?
Our compost contains beneficial bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and nematodes. These ‘guys’ interact with your plant roots to improve nutrient uptake. Our compost contains no peat, as opposed to many box stores’ compost and soil, which are predominentally peat and not as microbially active.
Great Customer Service
“We’ve used Fundy Compost as a supplier for the past 6 years, and have had great success with their high quality soil, bark mulch, and compost. They provide consistently reliable, efficient, and trustworthy service and excel in customer service. We highly recommend this great local business.”
– Jamie Uhlman, Lands Best Friend Landscaping
“The year before our chard was about a foot high – very poor.
Then we added two inches of Fundy Compost last year and BAM!……What a garden!
The chard was delicious right up to freeze up. As well as everything else.”
– Robert G. Grantham