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Taylor Recycling Center?

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Pelican, Jun 12, 2002.

  1. Pelican

    Pelican LawnSite Member
    Posts: 164

    Does anyone know of Taylor Recycling center? They're manufacturers of mulch, I saw their truck today but wasn't able to get a location or number from it. It has to be in the vicinity of N.Y. Thanks!
  2. Les Blum

    Les Blum LawnSite Member
    Posts: 19

    Taylor Recyling is on Route 99 near Montgomery. Very nice people. Prices are good. He has black mulch (recycled organic material); red mulch (I believe this is dyed pallets); and a brown mulch (I believe it's organic material). I got some for one of my clients and we (Master Gardeners) use it at our demo garden at Cornell Cooperative Extension. Good Luck, Les.
  3. Pelican

    Pelican LawnSite Member
    Posts: 164

    Thanks for the reply! I've been using their products through a supplier but am interested in a truck load for next season. Do you happen to have a phone # ?

    Are you in Millbrook?
  4. agrostis palustris

    agrostis palustris Banned
    Posts: 117

    Have you tried Tremson? They are in Brewster and have a location off of Ludingtonville road on 84. $11 per yard for brown mulch, will deliver but at a minimum of 35 yards and you need to have access for a semi.
  5. Les Blum

    Les Blum LawnSite Member
    Posts: 19

    Taylor's phone # (845) 457-4021, 350 Neelytown Rd. Montgomery. I found their price list dated 9/15/01. Dark mulch, $13 per yard, minimum charge $25. Red mulch $17 per yard $35 minimum charge. They don't deliver. There is another further south in Goshen. Adlers Topsoil Supply. 895 Pulaski Highway, Goshen. He's got more variety and delivers. He's more expensive. Phone 1-888-980-7645 or (845) 651-4177. I'm from Greenwood Lake. By the way, they both accept fill and yard waste for a fee.

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