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BBP Strip Out Waste Guidelines

December 21st, 2015|

Better Building Partnerships Strip Out Waste Guidelines in Consultation Waste Guidelines Link The Better Buildings Partnership has developed the BBP Strip Out Waste Guidelines to assist tenants, building owners and demolition contractors in the procurement and execution of best practice strip out operations. These guidelines include a number of practical tools that can be utilised

Plant Upgrade

December 4th, 2015|

REGYP is continually upgrading its plants to increase capacity, quality and service. The Sydney plant has been upgraded in the last few weeks to increase production capacity by upto 50%. Not only will this enable us to keep up with demand, but it will also enable the site to go back to offering specialty products and blends

Another REGYP truck being loaded with gypsum waste

October 13th, 2014|

No plasterboard waste job too big or small.  

Forbes Canola Crop on Super Ag Gypsum

September 1st, 2014|

A beautiful looking Canola crop near Forbes NSW, which had REGYP's Super Ag Gypsum applied before sowing. The gypsum was applied at 1.0 tonne per hectare.  

REGYP Recycled Gypsum products meet the PAS109:2008 Standard

April 26th, 2014|

REGYP Recycled Gypsum products meet the not only the  domestic EPA criteria in Australia but also adhere to the only recognised standard developed for the industry UK  PAS109:2008. PAS 109:2008, Specification for the production of recycled gypsum from waste plasterboard, provides guidance for when the waste material is reprocessed into quality gypsum. The adoption of

Dam Construction

January 18th, 2013|

Gypsum is used to stabilise dispersive soils on dam embankments so that both surface erosion and potential tunnelling and piping failures are reduced. A fine-grained gypsum is preferable because it is more soluble. Piping or tunnelling occur through a dam wall or embankment when water seeps along a line of weakness (ie crack in dry

Benefits of Gypsum on Sorghum

September 10th, 2012|

In two successive field CSIRO trials at Deniliquin, NSW, irrigated grain sorghum was sown at three rates of gypsum (0, 2, and 4.1 tonne per acre), and four rates of phosphorus application (0, 11, 23, and 45 kg per acre) on Billabong clay, a brown clay commonly found on the Riverine Plain of south-eastern Australia.

Toowoomba AgShow

September 3rd, 2012|

REGYP is located at stand 302 at this years Toowoomba AgShow event.  

Canola Season off to a Good Start

June 8th, 2012|

After some post sowing rain and buoyant pricing forecasts for canola the season looks promising. Bullish forecasts of $555/t (Port Adelaide) have been published. Canola sowing in the central and south west NSW areas prominent. DPI forecasted  planting for canola in April 548,000 ha and May 668,500 ha.   Other crop forecasts where: Wheat April 3.05m ha, May

The Importance Of Sulphur As A Plant Nutrient

March 20th, 2012|

Sulphur is an important nutrient for optimal plant growth; it is one of the key macroelements essential for plant growth. Sulphur is taken up from the soil solution by the plant in the sulphate form (SO4^2-). In the plant sulphur is a component of methionine, cysteine and cystine, three of the 21 amino acids which are the essential building