What we do


We process garden clippings collected from local authority recycling centres to make high grade horticultural compost and specialist soils.

Home Gardener

If you have garden waste to recycle, we would encourage you to bring that material to any of the civic amenity centres operated by your local authority or by your local waste collector.

We source much of our feedstock from Civic Amenity Centres. To find your nearest centre go to www.mywaste.ie

Commercial Landscaper

If you are a landscaper or garden commercially there are a number of locations around the country that will take garden waste from commercial customers.

Developer / Construction Company

If you are a developer or utility company or otherwise involved in site clearance and maintenance, and have to manage large quantities of green waste, eg. trees, hedges, bushes, tree roots and other plant-based waste.

Waste Collector

If you are a Waste Collector we can accept material from you directly at our sites but you must be first registered with us as an approved supplier.


During the windrow composting process, the organic material is loaded into long, triangular shaped rows, under conditions that are carefully monitored and controlled.

By the end of the process, the organic material is broken down and converted into a finished product rich in essential nutrients, beneficial microbiology, and organic matter.

Enrich offers a complete design, build, and operate package to its customers to ensure delivery of the most cost effective, practical solutions

Windrow Composting Process

Incoming material is shredded to reduce particle size and increase the surface area available for microbial activity
Material is mixed to ensure the correct carbon to nitrogen ratio
Material is turned regularly to maintain oxygen levels
Water is added to maintain adequate moisture levels
Finished product is screened to remove large particles

Manufacture of
Horticultural and
Landscaping Products


For further information on how we can meet your projects specific requirements to develop a specific soil or substrate please contact our technical team.



Enrich are soil specialists offering a range of soil services. These include sampling and testing, soil reuse evaluation, manufacture and management, failure investigations, and soil remediation.

Soil Consulting Services

Leaf analysis
Physical assessment of soil
Design of soil management plan
Design of fertilisation plan
Design of physical drainage system
Identification and specification of materials
Design and development of site-specific soil blends
Conducting growth trials to evaluate site materials
Project management 


If you are a developer or contractor with a requirement to remove contaminated soil, we can help you with a sustainable solution.

The level of contamination in a soil is influenced by the presence of heavy metals, hydrocarbons, and/or asbestos.

Some levels are such that the soil is only mildly contaminated and suitable for outlets in Ireland while other levels can be so high that the soil has become hazardous, and is only suitable for treatment in designated infrastructure abroad.

Contaminated Soil Disposal Process

Review soil classification
Identify treatment options
Identify treatment facilities
Establish regulatory requirements
Obtain trans-frontier shipment approval (if required) 
Removal of soil off site
Provide full traceability


In-Vessel composting is the biological degradation of organic material within completely enclosed units known as composting tunnels. 

The enclosed nature of the process ensures that the individual parameters such as temperature, oxygen, and water are carefully controlled to optimize the process, and to eliminate any potential nuisances such as odour or dust.

Working with leading Dutch technology providers, Enrich offers a turnkey design, build, and operate package.

The development of an in-vessel composting plant usually involves the following steps

Selection of a suitable site
Characterisation of input material 
Understanding local regulatory requirements
Confirming the quantity of material to be processed
Development of process flow diagrams
Conceptual design
Civil design
Mechanical and electrical design 
Equipment selection
Development of operating procedures