Food waste in landfills across the U.S. causes greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to more than 50-million gas powered passenger vehicles. That is just food waste! By diverting your organic waste to Soilutions, you are protecting the planet, improving the climate and participating in creating a more sustainable future.

With the help of sustainability minded businesses and individuals who choose to compost their organic waste, we have diverted 60,000,000 lbs of organic waste from the landfill and counting!  

Farm47 Completes the Cycle by Choosing to Recycle Their Organic Waste with Soilutions

How to Recycle with Soilutions - Dropoff

Where: Soilutions Soil Yard at 9008 Bates Rd SE, Albuquerque 87105

When: Tuesday-Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday, 8:00am-3:30pm

How: Our recycling intake fee is $10 per cubic yard. Depending on the material you’re dropping off, one cubic yard is about the size of a medium sized pick-up truck bed.

Our customer service team will measure your load when you arrive and provide a price. If you would like assistance in unloading your vehicle, we provide an assisted pull-off for $20.

We accept cash or cards.

What: We accept uncontaminated organic materials that are eligible for composting. See below for illustrative list of materials we can and cannot accept:


    We accept the following materials, assuming they are not mixed with non-compostable materials such as trash:

    • Trees (18″ diameter or less)
    • Branches
    • Leaves
    • Shrubs, Prunings
    • Grass Clippings
    • Weeds, Cactus, Yucca
    • Christmas Trees (decorations removed)
    • Woodchips
    • Shredded Paper
    • Spoiled grain, hay & straw
    • Crop residuals
    • Spoiled food
    • Restaurant, grocery & institutional food
    • Commercial food processing residuals
    • Natural cloth & fibers (no synthetics)


    • Metal
    • Glass
    • Plastic
    • Rock
    • Concrete
    • Ashes
    • Chemicals
    • Lubricants
    • Motor Oil
    • Fiberglass
    • Ceramics
    • Bricks
    • Sod
    • Grease, Fat, Oils
    • Dog, Cat, Pig or Human Feces
    • Diapers
    • Rubber Bands
    • BPI certified bags and packaging (unfortunately, these do not break down in composting operations)
    • Waxed/Soiled Cardboard

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