about us at Space Coast Landscape Supply

Space Coast Landscape Supply is a permitted landscaping material manufacturer who accepts all natural land clearing materials and recycle this debris into environmentally-friendly mulch and top soil products of the highest quality.  We have earned our excellent reputation for quality by manufacturing a diverse selection of colored mulch and garden top soils that arethis is space coast landscape supply in Melbourne, Florida produced entirely in our own facilities located in East Orlando, which enables us to maintain superior quality control and quickly deliver large volumes to all of the Space Coast of Florida from Malabar to Titusville.

As one of Central Florida’s environmentally conscious companies, we do not accept any Construction & Demolition (C & D), pressure treated, painted, varnished or CCA (arsenic treated) woods or yard waste.  We only accept all natural land clearing debris, tree trimmings, stumps, etc.  This ensures quality products that are environmentally sound and safe for our customers.  Having met the strict requirements of the DEP, we are Brevard County's number one land clearing and debris disposal solution.

We uphold the pledge for on time performance and a strong work ethic.  Providing a high level of customer service is the foundation of our company and we strive to become the landscape product supplier of all Brevard County landscape design companies. We adhere to our core competencies of teamwork, communication and quality service, and motivation for self and company.  These are principles that our company was founded upon.  It is these principles that will lead the way to our future.

Space Coast Landscape Supply has preserved its commitment to values, innovation in equipment and finding new ways to recycle incoming materials to our facility to be reused to help preserve the environment for our children's future and provide our clients with quality recycled products.  Please visit our land clearing debris disposal facility located at 16788 East Colonial Drive in Orlando, Florida, for a demonstration of our recycling capability and our commitment to becoming a "green" company.