Centennial’s 2020 Sustainability Report highlights our sustainability journey and our environment, social and governance performance throughout 2020.
Centennial has submitted a proposal to the Department of Planning Industry and Environment (DPIE) for a small underground, bord and pillar mine west of the Angus Place pit top.
The term ‘Modern slavery’ refers to situations of exploitation that involve forced labour, servitude, and human trafficking in vulnerable groups of people.
With an estimated 40 million men, women and children living in modern slavery today, it affects most businesses due to the presence of global supply chains.
After hearing of an industry incident where a worker had been sucked into a ventilation tube, Myuna’s Safety team decided to investigate and solve the problem. During the review an in depth look of injuries and near misses associated with vent tube installations was conducted.
Centennial is committed to reducing workplace injuries across our operations and we work hard to develop initiatives and innovations that improve health and safety outcomes.
Centennial’s third annual Sustainability Report highlights our sustainability journey and our environment, social and governance performance throughout 2019.
The Centennial Energy Management Platform was developed to maximise cost saving opportunities through better management of energy consumption and demand across our organisation.
Centennial has completed the construction of a two-megawatt solar farm at the Airly mine site near Capertee New South Wales, Australia.
There is a special place in Wallerawang, a small and proud community located near Lithgow, called the Black Gold Motel.
Centennial came face to face with NSW’s bushfire emergency with staff swapping mining tools for firefighting hoses to keep the flames at bay at our mines sites across NSW.