McGill builds and operates indoor facilities to allow operation 365 days a year regardless of outdoor temperatures or weather conditions. This not only provides greater control over the process and quality of the end product, but has also proved to be a competitive advantage. Facilities are designed with three main areas: blending, processing, and curing. The blending area includes storage for wet and dry feedstocks, plus amendments and bulking agents. Channeled concrete floors in the processing area facilitate forced aeration, and the curing area is where immature compost is fully stabilized and processed for distribution.