Landscape and Civil Works

Council Parks and Gardens

Compost is the natural, sustainable, low risk way to improve your soils in any landscape. In general a quality compost product will have been through a full composting process, which involves pasteurisation and microbial transformation for at least 6 weeks. Read more...

Compost for Landscaping

There is a long list of benefits to be gained with the use of compost. One of the advantages for landscapers and parks and gardens operators is its versatility and effectiveness for different applications. Read more...

Sporting Fields

In general a quality compost product will have been through a full composting process, which involves pasteurisation and microbial transformation for at least 6 weeks. The product will be designed for specific applications and should be supplied with standard product information sheets. Read more...

Roadside Landscaping

Composted mulch is a great option to explore in roadside landscaping. It looks good, requires little or no maintenance and can give plants the best chance of establishment and survival. Composted mulch insulates the soil from temperature extremes - this means that plant root systems are less stressed and able to function more effectively. Read more...

Low Maintenance Landscaping & Sustainable Landscape Practices

Recycled organic products like compost mulch can do a lot of the landscape maintenance work for you. Compost mulch can reduce the need and/or frequency of irrigation which can save significant time and money, particularly if manual watering of landscaped areas is needed. Read more...

Turf Grass WA - Case Study

The health of turf grass can be influenced by a number of factors including poor water holding capacity and low plant available soil nutrient levels. If turf roots have inadequate access to water and nutrients then growth can be hampered and plants can become stressed if environmental conditions aren't favourable. Read more...
  
 
 

Case Studies

Hunter Catchment

Land degradation and erosion are major problems in many areas of the Covering 37,000 square kilometres on the east coast of New South Wales (NSW), the Hunter-Central Rivers region encompasses the Hunter, lower north coast and the central coast regions. Read more...

Sturt Highway

Compost was spread at various locations on a 16km stretch of the Sturt Highway between Gawler and Daveyston, South Australia. The area contained approximately 2.8ha of cut batters - made up of rock, clay and a dispersible sand mix. Approximately 700m3 of compost was spread over the batters with an Express Blower to a total depth of 25mm. Read more...

Adelaide Shores

Covering 135 hectares of Adelaide’s West Beach, Adelaide Shores encompasses golf courses, sports fields and recreation reserves as well as a caravan park, resort and function centre. The area is a destination for tourists and locals who come to relax and play along this stretch of Adelaide’s coastline. Turf is an important part of the look and functionality of the precinct. Adelaide Shores are interested in reducing synthetic inputs and improving the health and structure of their soils used to grow turf. Read more...