In a crowded market for pigment stores, the new Iron Oxide Pigment Stores of Australia, an initiative of the University of Technology, Sydney, are set to open their doors for business on February 23.

The venture, which was launched last year, is being funded by the Department of Education, Science and Technology, and will provide access to pigments that have been around for centuries, said the university’s Dr Richard Lee.

“We have had a lot of requests from the community for this particular type of pigment and the opportunity to supply this type of pigments is a big one for us,” Dr Lee said.

“There are some of the pigments, like tin oxide, which are very hard and can’t be sourced in Australia, so we’re trying to bring that into Australia.” “

The company, which will have three stores on Sydney’s CBD, will be the first in Australia to be accredited as an approved pigment store, with a certificate of approval. “

There are some of the pigments, like tin oxide, which are very hard and can’t be sourced in Australia, so we’re trying to bring that into Australia.”

The company, which will have three stores on Sydney’s CBD, will be the first in Australia to be accredited as an approved pigment store, with a certificate of approval.

“It’s about building a network of retailers and suppliers, because this is an emerging market, and we’re hoping to attract a lot more suppliers and retailers to Australia,” Dr Le said.

Iron oxide is an important pigment for the industry, and Dr Lee is hopeful that it will provide the Australian market with a quality pigment that is affordable, safe and can be used in high quality lighting.

He said that while the pigment stores are not going to be able to compete directly with high-end stores, they hope to attract the industry to the area and to the city.

“As a community we’re seeing an increase in demand for pigments.

We’re seeing a significant increase in the demand for pigment, particularly in the residential markets,” Dr Loes said.