Long Island Compost

Long Island Compost

High Line reconstruction

Long Island Compost is proud to be at the forefront of the green roof movement. A green roof is a vegetative layer grown on a rooftop that provides shade while reducing temperatures of the roof surface, the surrounding air, and the building itself. Green roofs also enhance storm-water management and water quality and can be installed on a wide range of structures, from industrial facilities to private residences. They can be as simple as a 2-inch covering of hardy groundcover or as complex as a fully accessible park complete with trees. For the building owner, installation of a green roof offers numerous tax advantages.

Long Island Compost provides the highest quality custom soil mixes that

meet all German FLL guidelines.

Soil blends created by Long Island Compost are used at highly visible green roof projects in Manhattan and throughout the Tri-State region. Landscape architects, soil scientists, architects, and general contractors specify Long Island Compost for their green roof designs because Long Island Compost:

Creates custom-designed soil mixes that meet all German FLL guidelines as well as the

customers’ precise standards;

Accommodates the special requirements and demands of each project;

Packages, stores and delivers our mixes around the customer’s schedule;

Handles 100 percent of the process in-house just 30 minutes from New York City;

Provides unparalleled service and expertise, including an on-site delivery coordinator,

earning us a reputation as the soil supplier of choice for high-end green roof jobs.

To find out how we can contribute to the success of your next green roof project, call Long Island Compost at 516-334-6600, or email us at customerservice@licompost.com

Our Green Roof Portfolio

Long Island Compost has been an active player in the green roof movement right from the start. We can point with pride to dozens of green roof projects using our custom soil mixes, from the most luxurious residential address in Manhattan to major municipal projects to area museums and botanic gardens. Following is a sample of green roofs made stronger and more robust thanks to Long Island Compost mixes.

101 Warren Street in Manhattan. A 101-tree roof deck atrium forest, with roof deck planters on several upper level floors.

250 Hudson Street in Manhattan; High profile renovation where new green roof is a key amenity and tenant asset.

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15 Central Park West in Manhattan; luxury condominium construction.

Queens West Development Corporation’s Building Seven in Long Island City; complete rooftop contoured development.

Sinatra High School. Long Island City.

The Visionaire. Battery Park City, Manhattan.

The River House. Battery Park City, Manhattan.

New York City Economic Development Corporation’s High Line Reconstruction.

Museum of Jewish Heritage. Battery Park City, Manhattan.

Sustainable Landscapes and Buildings Project at the Queens Botanical Gardens.

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