'We mix Jeffries Organic Compost into the soil and leave some on top. It keeps the soil moist, friable and easy to work with'Read the story here
Keeping it Clean
Published Aug 14, 2012
Did you know that what goes in to your green organics bin comes out as valuable compost, soil and mulch products that go back in to South Australian soils? As part of a City of Burnside initiative to educate its householders, watch as Lachlan Jeffries shows us firsthand the importance of...
Published May 17, 2012
Check out the Jeffries feature in this ABC news story explaining how supermarkets are doing their bit to become more sustainable. Including recycling their food organics, which are turned into valuable Jeffries Organic Compost.
The Terrible Plop... no it's a load of Potato Sludge from Smiths!
Published Apr 21, 2012
Ever wondered what happens to the potatoes that Smiths Chips reject? They get recycled into great Jeffries compost, soil & mulch products! Smiths Australia are great recyclers and also include their hand towels and canteen food scraps in with this load, that's what's in the green...
Breaking news! The Jeffries PowerScaper has arrived.
Published Mar 9, 2012
Check out just some of what it can do. With a hose over 100m long, it can reach the most hard to access areas and can do in an hour what it would take a team of people with shovels and wheelbarrows a whole day.
Published Feb 1, 2012
Another great harvest from the pivot that Jeffries share farms at Buckland Park, north of Adelaide. Here you can see our Brown onions being harvested, the first for 2012. An application of Jeffries Organic Compost at 50m3/Ha pre-plant has created an excellent crop that has provided large volume...
Jeffries bumper carrot harvest
Published Dec 9, 2011
Jeffries share farms on the pivot at Buckland Park growing carrots, onions and barley on a seasonal basis. The 2011 carrot harvest began early in December and take a look at what we've been pulling up. The high application of Jeffries Organic Compost used in the pre-plant has created a...
What can we do about food waste?
Published Oct 27, 2011
Food organics are a valuable resource - and that's a fact! This video from Zero Waste SA gives some fresh facts to help motivate those working in the restaurant, catering and hospitality industry (and even at home!) to do good with the food that they don't use - by turning food organic...
Jeffries Express Blower
Published Apr 11, 2011
Watch the Jeffries Express Blower in action, reaching areas that even a wheelbarrow couldn't access! The Jeffries Express Blower has over 70 metres of hose that can spread compost, mulch and soil blends quickly and efficiently -- and in just about any hard to reach place. It can spread in...
Zero Waste SA - Recycle Right at Home
Published Dec 15, 2010
At Jeffries, we think it's great to be part of a State that shows such passion and dedication for recycling. It's no secret that South Australia leads the nation with its recycling efforts, with around 70% of our waste diverted from landfill and being recycled. To help boost the...
Port Adelaide Enfield recycling kitchen organics
Published Oct 15, 2010
In May 2010 Port Adelaide Enfield Council implemented a kitchen organics basket service which delivered a purpose designed bio-basket and cornstarch bags to residents within its Council area. The food organics collected in the kitchen are placed into the Council green organics bin and delivered...
Published Sep 30, 2010
Jeffries Top Turner
Published Sep 30, 2010
Organics recycling & compost (Nine News segment 04/08/2010)
Published Aug 5, 2010
Recycling bins are now being distributed to some parts of Adelaide for residents to save food organics to use as compost. The bench top containers can be used to put all food organics in to it, including everything from fruit and vegetables, to meat, fish and eggs. "The great thing about...
Jeffries: Food organics recycling (Ten News segment 11/03/2010)
Published Jun 10, 2010
Commercial food organics recycling is the collection and processing of food related organics into high quality composted products. this is achieved through separating the used food organics from the waaste stream at the source. This material is then separately collected and transported to...
Jeffries: Official opening of ROSS (Seven News segment 19/05/2010)
Published Jun 10, 2010
Minister for Environment and Conservation Paul Caica today opened a world-first organics recycling plant at Buckland Park which aims to improve the quality of compost generated from Adelaide's green waste. Mr Caica says the South Australian-designed and built Jeffries Group's Recycled...
R.O.S.S. (Recycled Organics Screening System)
Published Jun 4, 2010
R.O.S.S. (Recycled Organics Screening System) The 3-storey plant has three custom-made mechanical screens, two sorting rooms where up to eight people are able to manually remove unwanted material. Two magnets are used to remove steel and two fan systems extract light plastics and a conveyor...