about triple-s compost
Whoever said two heads were better than one might have been on to something. Triple-S Compost was born of the idea that two teams are better than one — especially when it comes to delivering superior green-waste solutions.
So a few years back after building successful careers and relationships spanning the commercial landscaping supply industry, our talented team of experts in green-waste and sustainable recycling solutions reached out to some respected experts in commercial waste services to form a new company that would bring value to customers, communities and the environment.
At Triple-S Compost, we believe by recycling plant waste into raw materials that are then manufactured into composts, soils and blends, we can bring the waste full circle: diverting it from landfills to produce custom soil blends that customers then use to revegetate, rehydrate and improve our neighborhoods, our communities and the environment.
Today, under the GNV Environmental brand, Triple-S Compost operates millions of dollars' worth of state-of-the-art equipment on a 50-acre permitted manufacturing location in Montgomery County, approximately 35 miles north of Houston on the east side of Conroe.
We serve commercial and residential landscapers, yards and depots, landscape architects and designers, and commercial installers across greater Houston and surrounding counties with soil, sustainability, service and satisfaction you can count on to help your business and your projects grow. And we actively seek new and innovative sustainability partnerships to close the loop between waste disposal, beneficial reuse and regenerative land use.
We are committed to the highest level of environmental responsibility across our operations. From our advanced composting equipment to our delivery vehicles, we strive to maintain a young and efficient fleet, reduce diesel consumption and carbon emissions, and achieve high fuel efficiency standards wherever possible. We invest heavily in the latest technology to stay ahead of safety and efficiency trends, and we continually look for ways to optimize our methods and our supply chain. Working together, we can reduce our carbon footprint and make a difference for our planet.