Water sampling is conducted Quarterly by a trained environmental officer.
Results will be available through the relevant Government Departments and the website.
Yes. Our water monitoring information is available to the Community Reference Group and on our website.
Sediment from the water treatment plant is removed and disposed of as solids.
Manure is dried and then sent off site to be used as fertiliser.
Our policy is to completely eradicate gamba grass from the site over the long term. This involves use of lashing, grazing and herbicides. We have had good early success.
Tully, Jarrah and other native grasses. We also produce hay which is used in our transit facilities.
We use aerial sprays as a normal part of our land management practices and will provide notices of spraying activities close to boundaries on the website. Be aware that there are other properties in the area that also conduct weed spraying and we are not in a position to let the public know about them.
The $8.5 million upgrade of the WWTP is nearing completion and will be commissioned in August.
There will be a maximum of 2000 cattle within the controlled area of the facility at any one time. They are held in very secure yards.
Yes, but mainly for export.
The hides will be salted on site and exported for tanning.
Yes. There is no shortage of markets for hides.