Queensland’s leader
in organic recycling and
soil rejuvenation excellence

Organic
recycling

Diverse organic and inorganic liquid, solid, FOGO and green waste streams

Product
supply

High-grade composts, premium soils and soil conditioners that rejuvenate soil health

Trusted

solutions

Proving end to end solutions for organics processing, recovery and reuse

NuGrow is Queensland’s leader in recycling and soil rejuvenation excellence. We thrive on the opportunity of delivering competitive, tailored solutions, driven by our purpose of healthier environments, supporting healthier communities. As we all seek greater environmental, social and economic value, our own industries face ongoing change and innovation. That excites us. We’re not here to keep pace. We’re here to lead the way. For our clients, we do this by prioritising true, transforming sustainability; ensuring total reliability and empowering a service-focused team. Our clients gain value, our communities gain value and our ecosystem gains value. This is where a circular economy offers an unbeatable advantage.

News

NUGROW’S STATEMENT RE PLANNING & ENVIRONMENT COURT MATTERS

NuGrow welcomes the Court’s decision to dismiss the State’s application for an interim restrain and the Court’s intervention to bring together the State and Council processes relating to upgrades at our Ipswich facility. NuGrow has been working to incorporate best...

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STATEMENT RE ASBESTOS TESTING AT ROCKHAMPTON FACILITY

13 March 2024 The Department of Environment, Science and Innovation has informed NuGrow that some samples collected from our Rockhampton Facility have returned positive results for asbestos. NuGrow is awaiting formal advice from the regulators regarding further...

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STATEMENT RE ASBESTOS TESTING AT IPSWICH FACILITY

29/02/2024 | UPDATED: STATEMENT RE ASBESTOS TESTING AT IPSWICH FACILITY On 20 February 2024, testing conducted by the Department of Environment, Science and Innovation with the Asbestos Safety Unit of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland identified a low level of...

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