We are committed to minimising the impact of our operations on the large portion of land our plant occupies as well as surrounding areas.

Reducing landfill

A new recycling program at our Angaston Site has saved more than 10,000 tonnes of waste going into landfill.

Used Foundry Sand (UFS) is a waste product from local South Australian foundries. Although local foundries recycle as much as possible, some sand is still discarded.

This UFS is now integrated into our manufacturing process as an alternative to soapstone. This has significantly reduced the amount of sand going into landfill and stopped the mining of soapstone in the Barossa.

The project has received support from the South Australian Environmental Protection Agency.

Community Participation

Hosting community participation meetings is an inclusive and effective way to identify, discuss and resolve potential issues relating to our Angaston Plant operations. We will keep you informed of upcoming meeting dates via this website. more >>

Adelaide Brighton Cement's Angaston's site will be testing its siren facilities periodically on Wednesday, June 6 between 9:00am to 5:00pm.