All Treat has done research with Environment Canada, the Compost Council of Canada, Ministry of the Environment of Ontario and various universities. All Treat was involved in a Research and Development project with the Guelph Turf Grass Institute and National Research Council for the development of a compost mix as a sedge peat replacement for the golf course industry. This was a three-year project that commenced in 1997.
All Treat receives leaf and yard waste from many municipalities in Ontario, as well as various Industrial, Commercial & Institutional (I C & I) generators in Ontario.
All Treat is a founding member of the Composting Council of Canada, and truly believes composting is the way of the future. ATF is also a member of the Compost Standardization Committee (BNQ) who, together with the Committee of the Ministers of the Environment for each Province or Territory, established compost standards for Canada.