We are serious about sustainability and minimising our environmental impact in everything that we do, here at Procal.


Our 4,000m2 state of the art factory in Campbellfield commissioned in 2008 represents the most advanced fresh dairy processing plant in Australia. With an annual processing capacity of approximately 120 million litres, the plant incorporates some of the most modern techniques available, minimising usage of resources such as water, gas and electricity.


Did you know we operate a strict in-house recycling program, substantially reducing the amount of waste we contribute to landfill? This program is an integral part of reducing our carbon footprint.


In addition to this, we introduced Australia’s first back-to-base recycling program, which involves our wholesale customers returning their used bottles via our distribution network. The success of this program has enabled us to collect and recycle approximately 50% of all the bottles we sell.




If you’d like to read more about our commitment to the environment, you can read more here.


If you are one of our wholesale customers and would like to organise the collection of your empty bottles, get in contact with us by calling 1300 776 225 or emailing recycle@procal.com.au


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