About Us


Premium Organic Compost, Soil, Mulch & Ag Solutions

Soil Health. Our Philosophy. Our Passion

We are dedicated to supporting the transition to an environmentally sustainable future.

Working collaboratively with leading organics recycling waste management companies, we play an integral role in the organic composting process with our partnering composting facilities. 

This organics composting process converts organic green recycled waste material (Food Organic and Garden Organic (FOGO)) – FREE from biosolids/sewage sludge – to produce premium quality, certified organic, AS4454 and AS4419 compliant compost products.

Our products are a valuable all-natural organic resource; high in organic and nutrient-rich phytotoxic free material – this increases soil carbon sequestration, moisture retention and provides essential water holding capacity.

Through our holistic approach to soil health, ongoing soil challenges can be faced by returning much needed organic matter and vital nutrients to rejuvenate depleted and compacted soil; restoring it to a healthy enriched soil that promotes insects, disease resistance and reduces reliance on water; thus supporting the growth of healthier higher quality, high yield and high-value products.

With an extensive and diverse customer base across a broad spectrum of industry sectors throughout NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT and TAS this includes, but is not limited to:

  • Agriculture: broadacre farming, dairy farming, grazing etc.
  • Horticulture: growers, market gardeners, nurseries, parks, landscape gardening, home gardens etc.
  • Orchardists: fruit growers, truffles, olives etc.
  • Nut growers: macadamias, hazel nuts, almonds, pistachios etc.
  • Viticulture: wineries
  • Mining: long term rehabilitation and regeneration projects
  • Governmental Agencies: on a variety of research projects

Our growing reputation as a driving force in our industry enables us to work closely with the Environmental Protection Agencies, Regional Development Australia, soil scientists, industry leaders, industry bodies and research organisations, local businesses and end-users, such as farmers, agronomists, horticulturalists, viticulturalists, orchardists, with the mutual goal of supporting the continued transition to environmental sustainability in the most effective and efficient way possible.

Our business model is solid. We are a rapidly growing, innovative and sustainable company, supported by an efficient supply chain that will prove highly beneficial for all involved in our business; from suppliers to distributors and customers.

In order to maintain long-term value and business sustainability, we focus relentlessly on our customers and on our long-term outcomes; achieving this through regular reviews of all our processes. Not only are we flexible and reliable, we understanding the needs of our diverse customer base within the industry sectors in which we operate.

  • We are a business that operates with integrity
  • We are committed to excellence and to setting the benchmark in our field across Australia
  • Customer satisfaction is the very cornerstone of our business
  • We continue to proudly support Australian industry

COMPOST….isn’t what it used to be!

The definition of compost is “a mixture of various decaying organic substances, as dead leaves or manure, used for fertilizing soil.” Composting is the practice of creating compost. Through the practice of composting organic material waste is broken down by microorganisms in the presence of oxygen to a point where it can be safely stored, handled, and applied to the environment. The end product is a natural fertilizer that you can use for gardening or farming.

The composting process begins when you gather organic waste in a bin, ideally in a flat, well-drained, and sunny location where the pile can remain warm and moist. For optimal results, layer twigs (for drainage and aeration) with leaves and fruit and vegetable scraps and mix/turn your compost once a week to help break down the organic materials. A good rule of thumb is to layer browns (dried leaves, straw, shredded brown paper bags) with greens (garden waste, veggies, fruit, egg shells). On average, it takes about four to six months for full decomposition. You will know the compost is ready to use when it is dark brown, crumbly texture, and smells like soil.

Compost is an ideal replacement for chemical fertilizers, and you can use it in any case where you would use fertilizer. Sprinkle it on your lawn a few times a year. Mix it with vegetable garden and flower bed soil. Add it as a top dressing when transplanting trees or shrubs.


Is to play a leading role in the transition to environmental sustainability by optimising the recycling and reuse of surplus organic material and the by- products of human activity.


Is to advocate for environmental sustainability by:

  • Raising awareness of the importance of the organic cycle
  • Championing the importance of Soil Health
  • Maximising the recycling and reuse of organic (FOGO) material to enrich soil health and rejuvenate our soils
  • Optimising the production and use of certified and compliant premium quality organic products and soil amendments
  • Promoting the reduction, reusing and recycling of the by-products of human activity
  • Supporting the circular economy


The circular economy promotes the use of as many biodegradable materials as possible in the manufacture of products – biological nutrients – so they can return to nature without causing environmental damage at the end of their useful life.

Where it is not possible to use eco-friendly materials – technical nutrients: electronics, hardware, batteries etc. – the aim is to facilitate a simple uncoupling to give them a new life by reintroducing them into the production cycle and compose a new piece. When this is not possible, they will be recycled in a respectful way with the environment.

Our Philosophy

We believe that as the custodians of our natural earth it is our fundamental responsibility to nurture, care and protect the world we live in.

We understand that the capacity of the environment to supply materials and absorb wastes is finite. We believe that the legacy we leave behind for our future generations must be that we have done everything possible to protect and preserve our natural planet.

We believe that good soil health is integral to human health and that healthy soil is the essence to a healthy life.  This can be achieved by putting back what we have taken out to rebuild, recharge, rejuvenate and replenish our soils through composting and worm farming in order to produce the necessary nutrients and food for our soil and plants to thrive and flourish.

We believe in environmental sustainability and our responsibility to interact with the environment to avoid depletion or degradation of natural resources to allow for long- term environmental quality.  Sustainability is about empowering society and investing in the future from recycling, gardening, use of worm farms, conserving water and re-using products.

We believe it is essential that we increase the awareness of society’s environmental responsibilities encouraging the concept of REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE, so that by making eco-friendly choices we continue to contribute to a sustainable, cleaner and healthier future.

We believe that as our children are our future generation, we must ensure that they feel positive and excited about their future by encouraging them to explore the unique aspects of the natural world around them and by giving them opportunities to learn environmentally sustainable practices.

We believe in the strength of community where an environment that values cooperation is the foundation for learning and success.

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