All Arrow Environmental Facilities produce mulches, soils, and composts that meet the strict standards of British Columbia’s Organic Matter Recycling Regulation (BC OMRR), as well as standards set by the Canadian Council of Ministers of Environment (CCME) and the BC Landscape Nursery Association (BCLNA).
Processing 10,000 bulk tonnes of water treatment residuals annually to manufacture soils for use in landscaping and horticulture applications.
25,000+ cubic metres of carbon grinded annually.
The Ingerbelle Compost Facility is remotely located approximately 16 km from Princeton, BC. The facility processes organic matter, including residential and commercial food waste, garden and yard waste, and municipal biosolids. The fully engineered facility is designed to produce Class A compost using an aerated bin system.
Producing Class A compost from municipal/residential organics and water treatment residuals.
Capacity to accept up to 100,000 tonnes of permitted composting feedstocks per year.
Compost is used for various beneficial applications, including but not limited to general landscaping/horticulture use in municipalities, commercial farm operations and local landscaping/horticulture uses, as well as reclamation programs at industrial sites.
In 2018, Arrow partnered with Copper Mountain Mine to produce high-quality soils for reclamation.
Using a blend of Class A biosolids, wood chips, and salvage native topsoil, nutrient-rich soil was created and used on disturbed lands.
The goal was to create a diverse habitat for plants and wildlife and restore the land to natural use. In just two years, this progressive reclamation project has successfully restored mine-impacted lands and continues to promote sustainable intiatives.
Processing materials from across the City’s yard-waste sites to produce Class A compost for use in City landscaping and restoration projects and for sale to the public.
11,000 tonnes of organics processed annually.
Arrow is the contracted operator by Metro Vancouver for the Organics Depot at the North Shore Recycling and Waste Centre.
Learn more at metrovancouver.org