Catchup on all the latest FloatPac news in our blog
SafeScreen sneeze guards have been confirmed as an eligible item for Victorian grant money expenditure. The grant is to help pay for the ‘practical things’ that will make Victoria’s Covidsafe plan work.
As many industrial practices grow in popularity, it is human nature that we question the environmental sustainability of various industrial practices, particularly addressing the carbon footprint of all industrial practices. Especially in the age of climate change...
Coronavirus Victoria: locked-down Melbourne residents urged to wear face masks outside home amid 288 new cases
Premier Daniel Andrews issues call to wear face masks for the first time, while warning case numbers will likely rise in next few days
Doctors and epidemiologists are pushing for the widespread use of masks to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Australia after Victoria recorded 134 new cases and infections were detected among people who travelled from Melbourne to NSW and the ACT.
Jawad Sultan Group announced as our endorsed agent for the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, originally known as the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Should I wear a face mask? With large parts of Victoria back in lockdown, what is the latest advice about face masks?
The advice so far has been Australians don’t need to wear face masks in public. With the unfolding situation in Victoria, is that advice likely to change?
The WHO updated its guidance on Friday 5th June, recommending governments ask everyone to wear fabric face masks in public areas where there is a risk of transmission of COVID-19 to help reduce the spread of the pandemic disease.
FloatPac has entered the worldwide Covid-19 fight with Australia’s first locally made oxygen treatment hood.
FloatPac Solar announce Australia’s first privately owned and operated floating solar system has been completed.
FloatPac is pleased to announce the release of our range of IsoTent inflatable medical tents and shelters | Available now.
We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting our wares at the 2019 Wandin Silvan Field days, being held on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th October 2019.
FloatPac CEO, Gavin Hodgins, explains the concept and premise of floating solar, and highlights the significant advantages it has over more traditional ground mount and roof mount systems.
FloatPac has realised three years of blood, sweat and tears by completing our very first floating solar installation – and it couldn’t have gone any better!
Recently released report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory states floating solar systems could contribute 10% of the USA’s current national energy generation, whilst also providing a raft of other benefits.
According to the latest World Bank report, floating solar in Australia and Oceania have an impressive potential for over 50 GW of floating solar installations in the coming decade.
As FloatPac’s epic 2018 draws to a close, Gavin takes a look back on the year that was and ponder what 2019 might hold in store for FloatPac and the team.
FloatPac solar allows water authorities around the globe to reduce water evaporation and algae blooms, and supercharge hydro dams utilising floating solar.
FloatPac solar presents a significant opportunity to the Australian wine industry to harness solar power, reduce land usage and save water.
Floating solar power reduces, if not eliminates, the scarcity and competition for land that drives prices up, allowing dairy farmers to keep up with Australia’s emerging trend for large farm operations of more than 1,000 dairy cattle.
Plagued by escalating costs and insufficient supply of electricity, Australia’s mining industry is finally turning towards alternative power that is clean, sustainable, and renewable. Their prime candidate? Solar power.
FloatPac Solar’s aim is to aid in sustainability whilst designing and manufacturing locally made product.
The FloatPac Solar innovation explained
FloatPac Pty Ltd will reveal the results of 4 years R&D at the 2018 All Energy Expo, with the launch of the firm’s ground-breaking floating solar solution.
Yet more exciting news for the FloatPac family, with the first successful shipments of live salmon parr fingerlings, from Scotland to Dubai.
FloatPac is excited to announce our latest fabric development – Aqualine TPO reinforced fabric which is PVC & BPA free, making it 100% toxic free.
We are pleased to announce the release of FloatPac Solar – our very own, 100% Australian made, owned, and manufactured, floating solar solution for the positioning of solar arrays over water.
FishPac have been working away for the past 3 months on the development of an all new sensoring / monitoring system to be used in road freight bin systems anywhere in the world. We are now getting very close to releasing the product.
We discuss the very many benefits of capturing rainwater for your home and office, and what RainPac under house rainwater bladder tanks are the perfect solution to your rainwater storage problems.
Our new marine and recreational tanks are here – and they are 100% non toxic!
FloatPac are very pleased to announce the latest addition to our ever popular and much loved range of Flexitank inflatable marker buoys – the inflatable marker ball.
FloatPac is pleased to announce the release our new Flexitank range of onion tanks in twenty standard sizes from 1,000 litres (264USG) to 120,000 litres (31,700USG)
FishPac is pleased to announce that recent regulation changes now permit FishPac shipments into China | Chinese ports are now able to receive live aquatic animal shipments for the first time.
FishPac is pleased to announce that we have recently completed successful trials of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Smolt.