REGYP accepts clean plasterboard waste in truck loads up to 25m b-doubles at its Sydney, Brisbane and Cowra plants.
REGYP is aiming to keep the price of the very popular Super Ag Gypsum product at 2012 price levels. We have recently doubled our plant capacity at Kurnell, to increase production rates and will be aiming to offer a continued reliable supply of the 92+% pure gypsum product for the 2014 sowing season. Super Ag
When you need mushroom compost in larger quantities and don't want to deal with 20 kg bags, REGYP can deliver it to you in bulk loads. We have stockpiles of premium mushroom compost at Singleton and Windsor, which are suitable for larger scale gardens, vegetable and turf farms. The spent mushroom compost is full of
SuperSpread Gypsum 10 (SSG10) is pefect for aerial applications out of aircraft setup to spread fertilisers. Gypsum Purity 90+%, Calcium 22.5+% Sulphur 17+5 You will need to do more trips with SSG10 then other available aerial gypsum due to its lower bulk density, but you need to assess not only landed cost, application costs, but
REGYP will be at the 2013 Orange Field Days. We will have numerous samples of our various products onsite to educate people on the benefits of them for agricultural applications. Site number I 40 - 42. We look forward to seeing you there.
REGYP has won the NSW Government’s top environmental award for Environmental Innovation at the Green Globe Award ceremony held on 24 September at NSW Parliament House. REGYP took out the honour for its Plasterboard Recycling project. Adam Proctor said that winning the Award raises their profile as a leader in sustainability and environmental excellence. “It
REGYP is now offering a similar product to its Brisbane Rehab Gypsum from the Kurnell plant in Sydney. Rehab gypsum is the cheapest gypsum product we sell, which means it is a very low cost source of calcium and sulphur and is perfect for applications where cultivation and/or the addition of topsoil after spreading are
REGYP supplied Super AG gypsum to Lachlan Valley Produce in Central West NSW for their 2013 corn crop. The results of the bumper crop using the premium recycled gypsum product can be seen in the photos.
AUSTRALIAN canola production is tipped to drop below three million tonnes next season but recover gradually over the next four years. ABARES is predicting a steady if unspectacular outlook for growth in Australia's major oilseed crop with production tipped to climb to 3.3 million tonnes by 2017-18. The forecast rise would be on the back