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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

Plant Upgrade

December 4th, 2015|

REGYP is continually upgrading its plants to increase capacity, quality and service. The Sydney plant has been upgraded in the last few weeks to increase production capacity by upto 50%. Not only will this enable us to keep up with demand, but it will also enable the site to go back to offering specialty products and blends

Plasterboard News – July 2014

July 16th, 2014|

Boral/USG has seen an improvement in its Asian and Australian plasterboard volumes, up 10% in the first half of 2014. USG Boral has around 189Mm2/yr capacity (51% markets)  in south east Asia, Saint-Gobain has 101Mm2/yr (27%) Knauf has opened its second wallboard plant in Brazil t Camacri Bahia. US$66m Fletcher Building which holds 94% of

REGYP wins a Green Globe Award

September 26th, 2013|

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 – Green Globe Award Finalist

August 20th, 2013|

Congratulations to the REGYP team! REGYP has been short-listed as a finalist in the 2013 Green Globe Awards. http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/greenglobes/2013/innovation.htm There were 37 finalists announced today in 14 award categories for the 2013 Green Globe Awards. NSW Minister for the Environment, Robyn Parker, congratulated all this year’s finalists, saying that their projects demonstrate ways in which

ACT tops the Housing Sector

January 22nd, 2013|

The ACT has the nation's strongest housing construction but the softer job market could have knock-on effects across the territory's economy, according to a report to be published on Monday. Overall the ACT economy is the third strongest, according to CommSec, which judged performance on eight indicators. Western Australia remains the standout, leading the nation