Maddingley Brown Coal
Welcome to Maddingley Brown Coal. In 1990 the Calleja Group acquired the Bacchus Marsh-based Maddingley Brown Coal Mine. The original aim was to use the mine’s 13.5 million cubic metre hole as an EPA-licensed landfill site. Landfill has continued on the site since then and the initial landfill site is almost full. Maddingley Brown Coal is about to submit an application to the EPA to put the inert waste in another area of the site and to consolidate the current permits into a single easier to manage permit.
Commercial landscape Supplies.
Maddingley Brown Coal supply a wide range of soil based products ranging from mulch to Sand stone rocks that come in a variety of sizes.View More..
The Maddingley Brown Coal (MBC) mine has operated since 1948. The Bacchus Marsh site is currently used for three activities: mining coal, as a landfill and for materials recycling. When coal has been excavated, the void is ‘refilled’ using inert landfill using solid landfill waste. Also Coal from the MBC site is used as fertiliser.View More..
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