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Triple Strike Algae Control

February 3rd, 2019|

TRIPLE-STRIKE is a concentrated liquid suspension for the treatment of Algae in sediment dams, and it works well with our SuperFlocc Gypsum product for water flocculation at the same time. TRIPLE-STRIKE is a one step Algae treatment. TRIPLE-STRIKE does not kill the Algae like most other products, as it works by staving the Algae of nutrients

Gypsum For Remediation Of Salt/Hydrocarbon Impacted Soil

July 8th, 2013|

Gypsum is the major remediation amendment used for the remediation Of salt/hydrocarbon impacted soil. We also have other products suited for treatment of soil contamination. We can supply products like lime for ASS, gypsum for hydrocarbons, phosphate fertilisers for heavy metal contamination and NPK fertilisers for hydrocarbon soil contamination. Our team can work with environmental

REGYP Adds Another Large Mobile Screen to its Fleet

June 4th, 2013|

REGYP has added another Finlay trommel screen to it's mobile screening fleet. The Finlay 770 single skin trommel enables various sizes of product to be screened in one pass (3 with a grizzly) and the trommel screen can handle up to 150 tonne per hr of soil. The large feed hopper can be loaded by

Backfill

April 29th, 2013|

Backfill is a mix of calcium bentonite and gypsum and is used to surround buried sacrificial anodes to improve the capacity of the anode by reducing electrical resistance. Backfill can be placed around the anode during installation, the backfill must be well compacted around the anode and dampened down by liberal application. Backfill should meet

Dispersion in Drilling Muds

January 12th, 2013|

In geotechnical engineering, drilling fluid is used to aid the drilling of boreholes into the earth. Often used while drilling oil and natural gas wells and on exploration drilling rigs, drilling fluids are also used for much simpler boreholes, such as water wells. Liquid drilling fluid is often called drilling mud. The three main categories

Management of Construction Sediment Basins

October 16th, 2012|

Dispersible soils are those where the clay and fine silt particles (<0.005 mm) disperse into a state of separation into extremely fine colloidal units when exposed to water. These particles can remain suspended in water essentially forever because of common electrical charges on the colloidal surfaces, causing them to repel each other and stay in suspension. Stormwater runoff from unprotected dispersible soils on construction

Solar Funding Withdrawal

July 5th, 2012|

The Queensland Government has torn up a $75 million funding agreement for the 250 megawatt Solar Dawn project in Chinchilla, located approximately 300 kilometres west-northwest of Brisbane. The previous state government promised $75 million on top of the federal government’s $464 million grant for the solar flagship scheme. The Queensland Government is putting at jeopardy

Dampier Salt Gypsum

July 2nd, 2012|

RioTinto has blocked a bid by BGC to win control of its gypsum deposits near Carnarvon WA, by restarting its ancillary operations at the mine. The operations were moth balled when the economics were tight and the salt market became priority.

Gypsum Price Index

July 2nd, 2012|

The price index for gypsum products fell by 1.9% in the US, overall the index remains 11.9% higher than that of April 2011.