ecoJarrah focuses on sustainable procurement and recovery of natural resources to mass-produce premium quality products for the agriculture and landscape industries.
These products are made for domestic and commercial gardening, horticulture and landscaping, aesthetic and general ground covering, animal bedding, conservation and erosion control, bioenergy feedstock and playground soft-fall.
eco (adjective) – not harming the environment; 'eco-friendly'
Our procurement and recovery processes are paramount to ensuring sustainable practices. 1The prohibition of materials (ie. logs, green matter) that is known to have caused negative environmental impacts as a result of extraction or removal. 2Restricted purchase of certified sustainable logs from commercial purpose plantations or from private plantation thinning operations only. 3Planning and control in such a manner as to identify, quantify, assess, and manage the flow of environmental waste with the goal of ultimately reducing the environmental impact to that of the self-recovery capability of the Earth while maximising resource efficiency. Integrated sustainable activities at all levels of manufacturing – product, process and system; to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Good Sustainable Wood for a Good Sustainable Future
Proceeds from your purchase goes towards planting trees throughout private plantations in the in South West and in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor in the Mid West of Western Australia's agricultural regions.
Did you know?
Within the last 100 years, over 90% of the northern W.A. Wheatbelt (Mid West) has been cleared for agriculture...
This has removed so much native habitat that many plant and animal species are extinct locally or regionally. Others, however, have hung on in woodland and shrubland remnants - usually on rocky ridges and commercially less productive upper valley slopes.
In collaboration with Carbon Neutral, a carbon solutions provider and reforestation developer, we share a vision to reconnect these valuable remnant vegetation sites and link nature reserves across a vast tract of land throughout Western Australia and, eventually, Victoria.