All of REGYP's sites are currently open for business and our trucks are operational. We have internal measures to ensure we are upholding the best hygiene and worker distancing our onsites. However we would like you as customers to up hold the same standards and minimise interaction with our staff when you are onsite, where
Edge Environment and the Better Buildings Partnership are working collaboratively with leading industry players to drive best practice, foster environmental innovation and create new commercial opportunities for the Sydney property sector. It is estimated for every 1000m2 of commercial office space turned over, approximately 63 tonnes of fitout material is generated and up to 80%
REGYP has refined its Super Ag Lime (carbide lime) product which is up to 150% more effective at raising pH and quicker to react than ground limestone (calcium carbonate/ag lime). Brief products specifications are CaCO3 94+%, Ca 35+% and NV 95+ Super Ag Lime is an off white granular or powder product that is obtained
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 offers an alternative floor covering for pen surfaces including feedlots, dairies and saleyards for animals. The pen surface cover from organic materials such as sawdust, shavings, straw etc are typically used by the livestock industry. These bedding materials support conditions (moisture, nutrients, and rich pH) which are more ideal for pathogenic growth than inorganic
Remondis a privately owned German company has increased its operation in Australia significantly over the last few months through acquisition. Recent acquistions in the waste services sector include Pioneer Waste Management and Thiess Waste Management $218 million. Through the later acquisition Remondis, is now among the top ten waste management companies in the country.
Recycling plasterboard and gyprock waste has the following environmental benefits: - reduces the demand on lanfill sites, - reduces the demand on natural resources (mined gypsum), - reduces carbon dioxide (CO2) by substituting mined gypsum in industrial or civil applications with recycled gypsum. Approximately 1 tonne of CO2 per 55 tonnes of gypsum used. Reductions
REGYP becomes a member of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA). REGYP helps construction projects achieve higher GBCA Green Star ratings through recycling the waste plasterboard from projects. Green Star is a comprehensive, national, voluntary environmental rating system that evaluates the environmental design and construction of buildings. With more than 4 million square metres