A typical mulch production company may work with a dozen vendors or more to procure everything from office supplies to business software — and of course, mulch colorant. But some vendors bring more value to your business than others. When it comes to your mulch colorant supplier, the value shouldn’t end with the colorant itself. At Amerimulch, our experienced sales representatives act more like consultants than salespeople because we are truly dedicated to helping you succeed. We work to be real partners, conducting on-site visits, offering insights on process improvements, training opportunities and more. Here’s a look at who we are and how your Amerimulch representative can add tremendous value to your mulch production business.
Topics: increase profitability, mulch colorant safety, reduce water usage rates, raw material, colorant application rates, optimize coloring process, optimize your business, production capacity, partner network
When the colored mulch industry first started in the early 1990s, mulch producers were using both liquid and dry coloring systems to manufacture their products. At one point, dry colorant made up roughly 75% of the market. But that has largely changed, and for good reason. Dry colorant poses serious health and safety hazards, which is why ChromaScape stopped selling dry pigment products for mulch colorant altogether. While other colorant suppliers have moved away from dry pigment as well, there are still some out there who rely on selling dry pigment. Whether you’re currently using dry colorant or considering it, here’s a look at the risks and responsibilities associated with dry mulch colorant.
Whether you’re buying a new car for yourself or a small toy for one of your kids, personal safety is a major concern for any consumer. The same is true when it comes to colored mulch. Mulch producers, landscapers and home owners alike all want to know the product they’re using is safe. That’s why mulch colorant manufacturers like ChromaScape put so much care into crafting products that are safe for people, pets and the environment. Let’s explore some common safety concerns to see why colored mulch is a fun, decorative and safe addition to any landscaping project.