Pacific Rock & Recycle

Composting, Screening and Recycling Specialists for over 20 years

We take great pride in our ability to assist our customers in selecting and sourcing the proper equipment for their needs.

Our customers are associated with many different fields of occupation including; compost and organics recycling, sand and gravel operations, rock producing quarries, remedial materials processing facilities, recycling and landfill operations, land clearing and site contractors, mining locations, bark and topsoil production, landscape contractors, golf courses, and agriculturalists.

Over the past 20+ years Pacific Rock and Recycle has developed great relationships with top tier equipment manufacturers like Neuenhauser, McCloskey International, PRONAR, EcoHog, Badger, Mazio, and Twister. Each manufacturer shares our commitment to after sales technical support, service, and parts availability.

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Industry Sectors Served


Dairy Farms

Wind-row composting consists of placing the mixture of raw materials in long narrow piles called wind-rows that are agitated or turned on a regular basis. The turning operation mixes the composting materials and enhances passive aeration. Typically, the wind-rows are from 90 cm high for dense materials such as manures to 360 cm high for light, voluminous materials such as leaves. They vary in width from 300 to 600 cm. The equipment used for turning determines the size, shape and spacing of the wind-rows. Bucket loaders with a long reach can build high wind-rows. Turning machines produce low, wide wind-rows.

Feed Lots

Feedlots -A feedlot or feedyard is a type of Confined Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) (also known as "factory farming") which is used for finishing livestock, notably beef cattle, prior to slaughter. They may contain thousands of animals in an array of pens. The exponential expansion of cattle feeding in the United States during the last decade has created many challenges, among which are the handling and disposal of a by-product, feedlot waste. It can be categorized as solid or semi-solid waste and runoff water for most feedlots, or as a liquid suspension from confined feeding operations.