Strulch's new pelleted compost reaches the final of the Shell Spring Board Challenge. The competition's aim is to promote small companies with products designed to reduce carbon emissions. Strulch have introduced a new concept compost in a pelleted form which reduces the volume and weight by 60% thus reducing transport and packaging costs with an associated carbon saving. The product is also peat free and is made from a renewable and local resource. Peat is a carbon rich material that emits carbon when it is mined to add to traditional composts. Other materials used in compost are brought across the world and have a huge carbon footprint. Strulch's new product will bring a 'greener option' to consumers and will be available soon.