A layer of material applied to the surface of an area of soil.  Its purpose is any or all of the following:

  • to preserve water
  • to improve the fertility and health of the soil
  • to reduce weed growth
  • to enhance the visual appeal of the area
  • to trap heat

The types of mulch we offer include black, brown, and red. Northeast Products will recommend the best type of mulch for your purposes and the condition of your soil.  Please see our products page and contact our representatives for information on availability and pricing.


Topsoil is the upper, outermost layer of soil.  Plants generally concentrate their roots in and obtain most of their vital nutrients from this layer.  Northeast Products’ topsoil pricing is of the highest quality and more importantly at an affordable cost. Discover how it can help flourish the beauty of your home or your client’s next project. Please see our products page and contact our representatives for information on availability and pricing.

Vegetative Disposal

Northeast Products vegetative disposal site service involves providing complete vegetative waste recycling taking in grass, leaves, brush, wood chips, tree parts, moss, etc. and putting them in roll off containers, either source separated or co-mingled.

Northeast will haul debris away and allow for your property to be free of unsightly debris.  Contact our recycling experts to discover how we can cleanup your project or accept your vegetative trash.

Municipal Onsite Grinding & Disposal Management

Our crew will come to you to offer municipal onsite grinding. This is an efficient way to recycle various types of materials, including stone into sand, construction cones, wood, trash compacting, and more. 

We have an extensive line of grinders, screeners, loaders and other equipment with the capability to handle any size load and any type of raw material. No job is too big or too small.  We can develop disposal management logistical plans to aide in maximizing cleanup efforts of your site while also building your bottom line, minimizing expenses.