For over 80 years Highway Fuel Co. has been providing Salem, Keizer and surrounding areas with high quality landscape materials and home heating products. In the early years, delivering wood fuel products to local residents was the emphasis of our business; although the wood fuel industry has significantly changed over the past eight decades our commitment to customers and community remains.
In the early 1950’s Highway Fuel Co. put to use a new technology: Blower trucks, which were used solely to blow sawdust for home heating. With over 50 years of innovation, our trucks are now capable of blowing a wide range of materials including mulch, soils, rock, erosion control products and even installing lawns.
We are one of very few companies that manufacture and operate their own blower trucks. Whether you’re looking for some mulch blown in your flower beds, or soil on a roof top, look no further than the experienced professionals at Highway Fuel Co.
Phone and Fax:
Toll Free: 855-45-MULCH
North Yard (Headquarters)
6242 Portland Road NE
Salem Oregon 97305 MAP
Mon-Sat 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
South Yard (Material pick up only)
2390 Fairgrounds Road NE
Salem Oregon 97301 MAP
Monday-Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Thank you so much for your donation of bark dust to the Silverton FFA Chapter. The landscape design team was awarded Grand Champion for our display. Thank you so much for your support!”
– Silverton FFA Chapter
“I came in on a Saturday afternoon. It was cold and drizzly and the gentleman that helped me load was still very courteous and friendly and smiled the entire time! It was a really surprisingly pleasant and cost-effective experience for getting wood! (I didn’t realize your prices were so good!)”
– Mishel W.
“Dear Highway Fuel Co.
On behalf of the City of Aumsville and Riverview Community Bank we would like to send our sincerest thanks and heartfelt gratitude.
Your generous donation, prayers and well wishes to our families and friends that were impacted by the tornado means more to us than can be expressed with words.”
– Sincerely, Harold White, Mayor