Bungaree Primary School now have a garden that features bushtucker plants. The garden will be a space where students can smell, touch and taste plants that Aboriginal people have cherished for centuries.
The incident at CSBP Kwinana site is now over and the site has returned to normal operations. The area where the fire occurred at 9am is now an exclusion zone. Employees on site have returned to normal operations. There were no injuries and WesCEF will be investigating the cause of the fire. The fire occurred […]
Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers (WesCEF) has won the inaugural 2023 Chemistry Australia ‘Net Zero Transition’ Award.
Two Loggerhead turtles cared for with the help of a WesCEF Community Grant are now free to swim where they please, after being released off WA's Ningaloo coast.
Wesfarmers’ Managing Director Rob Scott said it was pleasing to deliver a strong financial performance, particularly from Wesfarmers’ largest divisions who responded well to market conditions. Read more
WesCEF was recently asked to lead a key workshop for the State Government’s Mineral Carbonation Roadmap, which seeks to enable cost effective rapid, large-scale CO2 sequestration via mineral carbonation. Mineral carbonation is a natural process that can be accelerated using captured carbon dioxide which is mixed with mine or refinery tailings, which results in carbon […]
CSBP has achieved a major milestone with the delivery of Ammonia to its first interstate customer in South Australia. While CSBP is one of Western Australia’s leading Ammonia manufacturers and suppliers, this is the first time we have sold product to an interstate customer. CSBP General Manager Ammonia/AN Leigh Meyers explained that this milestone caps […]
Celebrate the good things, accept and admit when you are at fault, and learn from it all is one of the mantras that WesCEF Data & Analytics Manager Chris Chapman lives by. And it’s one of the reasons he was recognised as an Integrity Values award winner at this year’s Thanks Awards. Throughout his almost […]
WesCEF’s Technical Services Senior E&I Engineer, Michael Sinclair, will soon be shifting into a new role. Michael is taking 14 weeks of parental leave in the New Year to assume the primary carer role for his two young children, aged 6 months and 3 years old. Michael said he made the decision to take parental […]
Students at East Waikiki Primary School have been awarded a WesCEF Community Grant which they are using to run a science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) based coding program. A group of around 13 students (from Years 2, 3 and 4) attend the after-school program which facilitates the children to build, code and power up […]