Boral Wollert Quarry
Boral's Wollert Quarry is one of five Boral hard rock sites positioned around Melbourne's outer metropolitan fringe.
It is primarily used to serve the needs of builders and developers in the city's rapidly expanding outer northern suburbs. Aggregate and crushed rock material sourced from the site is mostly used to produce:
- road construction materials (asphalt) to Class 1, 2, 3 and 4 specifications; and
- sealing aggregates up to and including Class A specifications.
The quarry is located around 20 kilometres north of the Melbourne CBD, and around 1.5 kilometres north of Epping.
>Location map - Boral Wollert Quarry (pdf 323 KB)
The site also hosts the Boral Concrete Wollert batching plant and a construction materials recycling centre.
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Environmental Review Committee meeting - 18 October 2012
The next Environmental Review Committee (ERC) meeting for neighbours of the Boral Wollert Quarry will be held from 5pm on Thursday, 18 October at the Boral Wollert Quarry administration offices.
The minutes of the 21 June 2012 meeting are also now available for review.
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Boral’s 2015 Public report on Gender Equality was lodged with the Gender Equality Agency on 29 May 2015. 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.
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