There are currently no active quarries at the Munster Plant.
Decommissioned quarries are being revegetated using locally native species from a wide range of structures (e.g large trees, shrubs and understorey species) and functions (e.g. nutrient cycling, flowering across the year for foraging opportunities for animals). This revegetation increases the biodiversity of the site, as well as providing animal habitat, helps to reduce ambient dust, and increase visual amenity of the site.
Revegetation activities are also an important part of our quarry management.