Construction Pause and Changes to Benedict Operations

Construction Pause and Changes to Benedict Operations

How the Construction Pause affects BenedictRecycling | Quarries | Supply & Delivery Benedict is committed to adhering to the latest Public Health Orders and we want to communicate how the Construction Pause impacts our operations. We thank you for your support and...
Covid Safety Notification for Chipping Norton Recycling

Covid Safety Notification for Chipping Norton Recycling

An individual who tested positive for Covid-19 visited the Benedict Recycling Chipping Norton facility on Monday, July 5th. Our Public Health Unit liaison has informed us directly of the potential ‘close contacts’ and they have been identified, tested and are...
Save on logistics for all your quality local sandstone

Save on logistics for all your quality local sandstone

Benedict has made it even easier for you to get commercial quantities of high-quality sandstone.  Conveniently located in south-west Sydney, the Sandy Point Quarry is only a few minutes from the M5 motorway. For over a decade Benedict has been supplying, and...
Utilising the best technologies with Komptech CEA

Utilising the best technologies with Komptech CEA

Established in 1966, Benedict Group is a family owned and operated company that has grown from a small haulage contractor into one of the largest producers and resellers of quarried, recycled and landscape products in New South Wales. Benedict is still growing today,...
Rock your project with our NEW Sandstone Spalls

Rock your project with our NEW Sandstone Spalls

Great news for Sydney’s landscapers and civil construction companies! Benedict Sand & Gravel has broadened its range of quality building products and materials to include Sandstone Spalls, which are ideal for any upcoming infrastructure and landscape projects. The...
Bringing Cooks River and Parklands Back To Life

Bringing Cooks River and Parklands Back To Life

By the 1970’s the Cooks River was arguably one of Australia’s most polluted rivers. It became the dumping ground for many local factories and industries toxic waste. Locals often joked if you fell in you would dissolve. In February 2019 Federal Labor pledged $200...
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