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Com-Til Compost

Compost Facility
7000 Jackson Pike (S.R. 104)
Lockbourne, OH 43137
Office : 614-645-3153
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   Week Days: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Com-Til Purchase Info

Wholesalers may purchase at our Compost Facility by account only in bulk quantities, per cubic yard, which weighs about 1,000 pounds. Where to Purchase

Com-Til (traditional product)
$19 per cubic yard  (under 300 yards)
$15 per cubic yard  (over 300 yards)

Com-Til Plus (soil conditioner)
$16 per cubic yard  (under 300 yards)
$12 per cubic yard  (over 300 yards)

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  Conversion factor: 1 cubic yard covers 1000 square ft. at 1/4 inches.

Get Your Garden in Full Bloom with Com-Til

Com-Til products are organic fertilizers and soil conditioners used for mulching, gardening, potting, transplanting and breaking up tough, clay soil. Add valuable organic matter & nutrients to give your greens a boost or use as a decorative mulch to retain moisture. It is one of the best-kept secrets for improving soil health and growing a greener lawn and getting your garden in full bloom.


All About Com-Til Com-Til is a dark, rich compost that will break up tough clay soil, add valuable organic matter, retain moisture and provide a nutrient-rich decorative mulch. Learn more about the facility and how the product is made, as well as how to use it. - learn more

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Where to Purchase Com-Til Com-Til is available for purchase by wholesale accounts only, in bulk quantities at our Compost Facility. However, consumers can still buy as much or as little as needed at other retailers in the Columbus area, including haulers and delivery services.  - learn more


Yard Waste Recycling at the Facility The Compost Facility accepts yard waste free of charge, year round. We recycle trees, leaves, brush and more to produce Com-Til compost and mulching materials. Open weekdays from 7 am – 3 pm. - learn more

Land Application

Land Application This program recycles biosolids from the wastewater treatment process to fertilize croplands for corn, soybeans, turf grass and wheat. - learn more