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Our Projects

Backed by over a decade of industry experience and expertise, Salubris has carefully selected key methodologies and developed various projects to fight climate change.

Our projects seek to limit the negative effects of global warming, deliver tangible benefits for local communities and generate high-quality ACCUs.

Human Induced Regeneration

From livestock management and grazing limitations, to ceasing chemical use and managing forest regrowth, our projects utilise management practises to restore and protect native vegetation.
  • Gindalbie Station

    Goldfields, WA

    Spanning approximately 210,000 hectares of pastoral lease in the West Australian Goldfields, Gindalbie Station is our flagship HIR project. Salubris worked with an industry partner to complete the initial stratification report and formalise the best-in-class carbon project with highly sought after ACCUs first issued in 2024.

    • Existing carbon abatement project, commencing in 2018 generating 45,000 to 55,000 ACCU’s per annum
    • Acquired in July 2023

Indigenous Partnerships

Long-term partnerships that further empower Indigenous communities and encourage even greater connection to country. This includes the collaborative development of management programs to minimise recurring fire issues, enable habitat restoration, endorse Ranger programs and protect endangered species.

  • Western Woodlands

    Goldfields, WA

    The Western Woodlands project spans 3,000,000 hectares and is part of the Marlinyu Ghoorlie (MG) group application to claim native title of crown land in the West Australian Goldfields. Salubris is proud to be the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group’s exclusive carbon and biodiversity partner.

    • Create sustainable environmental benefits
    • Create real economic value for the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group and local communities
    • Generate social outcomes for the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group and local communities

Blue Carbon

Conservation and restoration of coastal ecosystems, our proposed project seeks to target mangroves and seagrasses.

  • Karratha Air Shed

    Pilbara, WA

    Salubris are engaging a local First Nations group as their Blue Carbon partner for the Karratha Air Shed site on the Burrup Peninsula. This project leverages an innovative approach and is the first of its kind in the Salubris portfolio. Leading scientific research suggests carbon will be sequestered more than 10 times faster than mature tropical forests.

    • The Karratha Air Shed site is the subject of a Section 91 licence application
    • Salubris are engaging with a local First Nations group to be their Blue Carbon partner (Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) underway)

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