Peats newsletter is a great insight into the world of Peats Soil. We will keep you up to date with all the latest Peats news and events as well as newsletter only specials. Each issue is packed with plenty of knowledge and tips…
Peats Group Ltd – Whyalla Composting Facility OpeningLeading organics recycling, composting and renewable energy manufacturer Peats Group Ltdare proud to announce the official opening of their fourth compost and renewable energy manufa
Enabling any Farmer, anywhere to work their land with precisionFarmers today are becoming more aware of the need to build carbon into their soils to enhance their farming operations. Peats are working with landowners who are striving to meet a soil carbon target. Research suggests soil
For many years Peats Soil & Garden Supplies have been turning what others perceive as "waste" into valuable, nutrient rich products. Peats are at the forefront of the War on Waste and the BiobiN® is a fantastic example of a circular economy. Landline came to our Brinkley site to find out mo
Watch this fantastic video showing how important managing your organic waste and compost is for our environment (produced by Kiss The Ground). This video highlights our vision and purpose of existence as a company and the future of the world we are focused on. Share this wonderful video and help us
Keep an ear out for our new ads on Radio 5MU commenced on 16/3/16. If you are not sure how Peats can help your agricultural/horticultural or viticultural business, get in touch with us today!Listen to the ads below.[audio mp3="http://peatssoil.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/
Originally published on Big Rigs, 28th October 2015 - Click here to viewSouth Australia-based Peats Soil has developed its own biodiesel manufacturing plant using dirty water it collects from food manufacturing locations.The biodiesel will be used to fuel a new fleet of 13 Scania trucks it i
The Torres Strait is an archipelago of small and geographically isolated islands spread over more than 35,000km2 between the northern tip of Australia and the southern borders of Papua New Guinea. Of the 17 inhabited islands 14 are locally governed by Torres Strait Island Regional Council (TSIRC).