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REGYP Proposed Cowra Expansion

October 16th, 2018|

REGYP is planning to increase its operations and take the processing inside a large purpose built shed on a new 3.5ha industrial site, providing better environmental and plant efficiency outcomes. The site will take REGYP Cowra into the future as a sustainable business in the local regional community, providing much needed drought proof jobs. The

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

THE IMPORTANCE OF SOLUBILITY IN SOIL CONDITIONERS

July 16th, 2015|

Solubility in soil conditioners, such as gypsum, lime and dolomite is of utmost importance.  The key to solubility is mainly in particle size.  The finer the product, whether it be in gypsum, lime, dolomite or any other natural occurring mineral the quicker the result. Natural raw gypsum, aglime and dolomite should be applied at least

New Brochure Released

July 2nd, 2015|

REGYP releases a new products brochure. Please find a link to the new brochure on the following link which includes recycled products like gypsum , lime, compost and silica - NEW brochure  

Gypsum, The Land Editorial 26th Feb 2015

February 26th, 2015|

For many reasons gypsum can be considered to be a farmer's best friend. Gypsum or CaSO4.2H20  is an excellent source of both Calcium and Sulphur which are essential for both yield and grain quality. However gypsum benefits go much further. As a soil amendment it helps improve the physical properties of soil, such as water

High Analysis Compost

April 27th, 2014|

REGYP sells a high analysis compost product with gypsum. This product is made from all natural products (not waste) and is composted under controlled conditions. The composted products include hay, chicken litter, peat etc. The products contains good levels of N,P, K and many other trace elements. The addition of gypsum increases the calcium and

Aerial Grade Gypsum – SSG10

October 16th, 2013|

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