Rehabilitation Program

RehabIn accordance with our licence, we manage an Environmental Improvement Plan, endorsed by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) to reduce our environmental impact. A key part of our Environmental Improvement Plan is a comprehensive rehabilitation, vegetation and landscaping program at the Angaston Plant.

A concerted effort has revitalised the 25-hectare site that was once described as a 'highly disturbed wasteland'. Weed species have been identified and removed and a rigorous planting program has reintroduced indigenous plant species in the area.

Plants like onion weed, apple, ox-tongue thistle, fennel and bamboo grass have been replaced with a variety of eucalypts, acacias and smaller native shrubs like Christmas Bush.

Since rehabilitation started, more than 3,000 native species plants have been planted.

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.