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SuperFlocc Gypsum

February 3rd, 2018|

SUPERFLOCC Gypsum products are made from ultra fine natural gypsum powder. The ground gypsum can be mixed with water and applied via irrigation (flood, drip), spread aerially, or added to dams for flocculation (to reduce water turbidity) and many other applications. The solution grade and aerial grade gypsum products are suitable for industrial, agricultural cropping

Microfine Gypsum Products

November 27th, 2017|

REGYP manufacturers microfine gypsum products suitable for agricultural, civil and industrial applications. The micronised gypsum products include: G100S - Solution Grade Gypsum - Suitable for dissolution in irrigation systems. G100FL - Flocculation Grade Gypsum - Suitable for flocculating dams including farm dams and civil sedimentary catchment dams. G100A - Aerial Suspension Grade Gypsum - Suitable

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

Revised Murray-Darling Basin Plan

May 28th, 2012|

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority has not changed the recommendation to return 2750 gigalitres of water to the river system, under its revised plan. The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is standing by a recommendation to return 2750 gigalitres of water a year to the river system, under a revised plan sent to federal and state government

Sibelco buys Galong Lime Plant

March 29th, 2012|

Industry news is that Sibelco (old unimin) have bought the Galong lime operations from Boral.   History: The Galong deposit was first mined in 1885 with significant mining activity in the 1920s producing quicklime, which is used in the production of cement. The mine re-opened in the 1960s and again in 1994. In 2001, the

Bumper Summer Crops

February 15th, 2012|

Floods and heavy rain in southern QLD and northern NSW will not prevent a record harvest of summer crops including cotton, rice and sorghum (ABARE). With crop downgrades expected to be less severe than in 2010/11. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website  or call 1300 473 497

CSG Water Treatment

December 5th, 2011|

Beneficial uses of treated CSG water can include: • aquaculture and human consumption of aquatic foods • coal washing • dust suppression • industrial use • irrigation • livestock watering Treatment technologies CSG water varies widely in its water quality characteristics and beneficial use of the resource is unlikely without some form of treatment (an

NSW Sugar Cane Plantings Set to Double

August 27th, 2011|

Grower loans and an improved season are paving the way for increased sugar production. 90% of NSW growers are expected to double their normal plant this spring. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website , or call 1300 473 497 or email for more information.

Latest REGYP Gypsum Brochure

August 19th, 2011|

REGYP supplies numerous high quality mined and recycled gypsum products throughout NSW, VIC and QLD for industrial, agricultural and civil applications. Some of the applications that REGYP gypsum products have been used for are: Agriculture – canola, potatoes, lettuce, pasture, mushrooms, cotton, grapes, sugar cane, wheat, dairy, grapes, sorghum and golf courses; Industrial – Plasterboard manufacture

Gypsum for Cotton

August 18th, 2011|

The cotton industry is gearing up for a possible record planting of 583,000 ha this year with good water availability and a favorable season outlook. The majority of areas where cotton is grown in Australia are alkaline and in many cases sodic as well. Soil sodicity affects soils tructure, making soils prone to dispersion and