Learn from leading soil scientists in our Feb 25 webinar

On Thursday 25 February, EnviroStraw will host an exclusive 20-minute webinar on the subject of optimising revegetation of highly disturbed soils on mine sites and construction sites.

Hear from our global expert

Leading soil scientist Paul Storer will explain how even the most depleted soils can be effectively revegetated through innovative soil health management practices and enhanced microbial activity.

The presentation will also highlight the environmental benefits of using soil microbiology and regenerative revegetation practices.

Attendees will gain an understanding of how to:

  • Rebuild soil health for long term self-sustainability
  • Condition challenging soils correctly to support microbial activity
  • Inoculate soil with a specially selected suite of beneficial bacteria and fungi
  • Implement a hydraulic revegetation program including award-winning** Biotic Soil Amendments to trigger and sustain beneficial microbes.

Register your place now

Webinar attendance is free for International Erosion Control Association (IECA) members with an Expo Hall pass. Non-members can purchase tickets for the webinar for $35.

Date: Thursday 25 February 2021
Time: 8:50am (QLD), 9:50 (NSW/ VIC)

More on your host

Paul is a senior soil microbiologist, plant physiologist, agricultural consultant, rehabilitation specialist and educator. With more than 40 years’ research and field experience studying the link between soil biology and mineral nutrition in plants, Paul has been instrumental in helping investigate and develop mineral/microbe farming systems and innovative regenerative technologies to rehabilitate depleted and disrupted soils.

**EnviroStraw received the 2020 ICE Award for EnviroMatrix Erosion Control Matrix (ECM) and the 2015 Environmental Excellence Award for Innovation, Contribution or Education to the ESC industry.

Don’t get caught out by imported products

Australia made products

With COVID-19 hugely impacting the Australian economy and global supply chains, it’s more important than ever to ensure you’re using Australian-made products on your site. Specifying imported products is currently riskier and more costly than it’s ever been, with COVID-hit supply chains causing issues in a wide variety of ways.

Production issues

With factories around the world forced to lay off staff or even close entirely during the pandemic, many simply don’t have the staff to fulfil orders. With a vaccine still some way off, many production pipelines will be indefinitely delayed.

Shipping delays

When products do make it out of the factory and to the port, they face delays in shipping due to a general downturn in demand that’s led to fewer containers and ships setting sail. According to industry site Logistics Bureau, “Coronavirus has slashed demand in some regions, increased it in others, created labour problems in ports, and upset the balance of shipping container availability”.

Increasing freight prices

The result of all this disruption is, of course, increased freight prices – costs that are then passed on to you.

In the midst of this uncertainty, the great news is that all of EnviroStraw’s unique products are Australian-made – meaning we offer outstanding value for money, swift delivery of the product and total peace of mind. As a proudly Australian-owned and operated business, the EnviroStraw range performs as well, if not better, than the imported products and supports Australian jobs and communities – something more important than ever, and yet another great reason to choose EnviroStraw.