Boral Berrima Cement Works
Boral Cement's Berrima operations, in the NSW Southern Highlands, play a vital role in the supply of cement to the building and construction industries of NSW and the ACT.
The operations consist of a cement works, located adjacent to the village of New Berrima, and a former coal mine and colliery, located in the village of Medway.
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Water outflow - Former Boral Berrima (Medway) Colliery (Aug 2017)
Boral has released a statement following media reports about the quality of water flowing out of the former Berrima (Medway) Colliery into the Wingecarribee River.
Solid Waste Derived Fuels (SWDF) Project Implementation 2017-18
Construction is about to begin on new plant which will allow the Boral Berrima Cement Works to use SWDFs as part of the energy fuel mix for the site's kiln.
Protection of the Environment Legislation Amendment Act 2011
NSW facilities operating with an Environmental Protection Licence (EPL) must provide public access to pollution reporting data. Boral's Berrima Cement Works and former (Medway) Colliery are affected by these obligations.
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Sustainability News and Submissions
- Gender Equality Report
- December 2013 - EEO Report
- Sustainability News Archive
Boral’s 2017 Public report on Gender Equality was lodged with the Gender Equality Agency on 7 June 2017. Comment and feedback on Boral’s Public report can be forwarded to the Group Human Resources Director, Boral Limited or the workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Boral's Energy Efficiencies Opportunities (EEO) public report
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