At Hunter Quarries we value our community & environment
We recognise the impact of our activities on those in which we operate. Our dedication to this is demonstrated through our firm commitment to sustainability.
Our end to end approach to sustainability is driven by a range of initiatives, focused on achieving specific targets in sustainable environmental management, and our commitment to our community. Through this approach we persistently strive to review and develop our practices, in order to continuously improve our sustainability.
In the Community
Hunter Quarries is dedicated to supporting a range of community activities, groups, charities and organisations.
We are committed to undertaking community consultation and engagement which is undertaken on relevant issues ensuring open and transparent operations. Hunter Quarries proudly supports a number of community groups including:
- Bulahdelah Soccer Club
- Bulahdelah Show
- Bulahdelah Golf Club
- Tea Gardens Baptist Church
- Karuah Pre-School
- Karuah Primary School
- Karuah Bowling Club
- Karuah Golf Club
- Bundabah Tennis Club
- Clarencetown Football Club
- Hunter Medical Research Institute
- East Gresford Showground
- The Crime Prevention Review
- The Solo Hunter Region Local Government Golf Day
- Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI)
We're committed to engaging & maintaining exemplary environmental management through our continuous rehabilitation program
Through bi-monthly and annual evaluations of environmental performance with a critical focus on noise, dust and pollution control, as well as consideration for evolving scientific knowledge and community consultation, Hunter Quarries has established a comprehensive approach to our environment sustainability and industry leading best practice.
Hunter Quarries have undertaken a number of measures including successful seeding on completed quarry benches, the installation of additional spray and PLC controls for dust suppression, and rubber and poly screens systems for the reduction of noise.
Pollution Incident Response MP's