Ti Tree has adopted a phased rehabilitation plan, meaning that as each engineered cell reaches capacity, a capping system that forms a part of the overall site containment will be placed over the waste, followed by the rehabilitation of the surface.

The surface will be progressively revegetated with native flora, returning the area to its natural state prior to mining, while continuing to supply sustainable energy for years to come.

Ti Tree has an extensive Eucalypt forestry plantation covering over 100 acres. The plantation comprises of hardwood timber such as Spotted and Forest Red Gum. The hardwood timber plantation will be used as a sustainable forestry plantation as part of Ti Tree’s commitment to sustainable environmental programmes.

In addition to direct rehabilitation of the bioreactor, Ti Tree proposes to rehabilitate the adjacent surrounding area, blending the site into its natural surrounds.

Ti Tree puts into practice many of the elements we'll have to adopt to create a sustainable future.

A well-designed and nagged bioreactor can be expected to achieve greater than 90% gas collection efficiency, which is considerably more than the typical 70% for a retrofitted landfill.