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Myuna Colliery has tackled the accepted culture of damaging cables. Myuna uses underground mining equipment that has a cable to each unit supplying the electricity required.
Centennial Coal has helped to host visitors to Lithgow from twelve different African countries.
Heaven Can Wait is an annual sailing Regatta hosted by the Royal Cruising Yacht Club Toronto, on Lake Macquarie and raising money for cancer support services. Centennial Coal has been a sponsor of this annual event for several years.
The youngest of three children Lachlan Sharp started playing hockey as soon as he could walk. Lachlan’s brother and sister were already playing so he just ‘hooked straight in’; according to his father Richard who works at Centennial’s Springvale mine. He started playing competitively at four years of age.
Out of a population of 25 million, half a million Australians donate blood every year and 1 in 3 Australians will require blood at some point in their life.
To promote regular physical activity Fassifern Office participated in Steptember a fundraiser for Cerebral Palsy. 16 participants committed to walking 10,000 steps a day each for the month of September.
Mandalong Mine is the 2017 winner of the Annual Coal Services First Aid Competition.
Tackling women’s cancer was at the centre of the initiative by REMA TIP TOP who supplies rollers used on Centennial Coal’s conveyors.