Aside from the environmental benefits of in-situ rock crushing with one machine, Rocks Gone’s
contracting division also works closely with a number of mine sites and native seed companies
on rehabilitation programs. Proven extensively in agricultural regions with laterite rock soils,
“reefinating” land to a depth of up to 600mm creates an ideal basis for cultivating vegetation and
therefore dramatically increases the performance of previously mined areas for re-growing native
bush and perennial grass species or creating broad acre farm paddocks. Using the Reefinator allows
rehabilitation projects to be finalized much sooner and more economically than standard methods,
providing better outcomes for all stakeholders.
Rocks Gone is constantly looking to minimize its own impact on the environment by establishing and
promoting systems and processes across all aspects of its business to reduce waste material, limit
pollution and minimize environmental damage.