REGYP sponsored two teams in the 2011 Bondi Rugby Tens. REGYP recruited players from all over the state to compete in the main tournament and the Over 35's comp. REGYP made the two finals only to lose them in the lasts games of the competion. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info
The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries NSW & ACT has published a short spiel on REGYP's plasterboard waste recycling services to builders and plasterers. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website www.regyp.com.au , or call 1300 473 497 or email email@example.com for more information.
REGYP accepts clean plasterboard waste for recycling in Canberra. The dispose location for clean plasterboard waste is at Corkhill Bros, Mugga Lane Symonston ACT. REGYP can assist your next construction project by not only reducing your waste disposal costs but also increasing the sustainability of the building. At the Canberra recycling facility we can accept
ReGyp offers services to make your interior strip out cheaper and more sustainable: • New commercial construction and building waste, • New residential construction and building waste, • Interior fit outs, • Shop/retail fit outs, • Commercial strip outs • Retail strip outs • Commercial demolition, • Residential demolition, • Residential renovations. REGYP, together with
REGYP has plasterboard recycling centres at Kurnell, Melbourne and Cowra. This enables REGYP to service the Sydney & Melbourne Metro areas, Canberra, Central West NSW, Wollongong, Gosford and Newcastle. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website www.regyp.com.au , or call 1300 473 497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
REGYP releases a new "Plasterboard Only" waste bag. The plasterboard waste bag will allow builders the flexibility in site space, on-site waste separation and ease of collection. The bag will also reduce waste costs by reducing the need to hire a plasterboard only skip bin or a larger general skip bin. One bag will generally
The Bligh Government will create new green jobs, stop Queensland being Australia’s dumping ground and pour unprecedented funding into recycling and the environment through a levy on industrial waste going to landfill. Ms Bligh said the industry waste levy would commence on 1 July, 2011, however, unlike other States, it would not apply to households.
MELBOURNE'S CBD has gained another 5-star NABERS energy-rated building, with the office tower at 530 Collins Street. It now operates one of the city's few on-site co-generation plants on its roof. The co-generation plant, together with lighting and fitout upgrades and water-efficient cooling towers, will achieve the 5-star rating, according to the owner, GPT Wholesale
High tech companies have called for a less draconian, more flexible approach to ''greening'' old buildings to encourage small business to spend money on refurbishments. But apparently the approach taken to date in Australia only applies to buildings with lettable space and space for sale of more than 2000 square metres. This is a good
Commercial companies face a tough commercial market over the next two years. BIS Shrapnel forecasts non-residential building starts could hit their lowest levels since 2005-06. New data forecasts national non-residential building starts will fall 14 per cent in 2010-11 and 5 per cent 2011-12 as the government stimulus packages wind down. The findings echo the