Orica is an active and responsible company in the local and broader community.
We are committed to working in partnership with the community and we understand that successful partnerships are based on trust, communication and common goals.
We provide the community with regular information on our activities through publications, meetings and information sessions.
Our community investments provide community groups with vital funding and support. We are committed to working with the community to promote mutually beneficial relationships that foster transparency, trust and dialogue.
Orica Botany greatly values the commitment and contribution that local residents, environment groups, businesses and government make to the following community meetings. These meetings are open to all members of the public. We encourage feedback on our operations and various projects at Orica Botany, and seek to meet the needs of all stakeholders.
Community Liaison Committee (CLC)
Community Participation and Review Committee (CPRC)
Botany Industrial Park Community Consultative Committee (BIP CCC)
Orica Botany's ChlorAlkali Plant operations are discussed at regular meetings of the Botany Industrial Park Community Consultative Committee. The BIP parties are Orica, Qenos and Huntsman. BIP CCC meetings are open to the public.
Find out more by contacting us on 1800 025 138.
Orica Botany Site Tours
Next tour: TBA
Register your interest on 1800 025 138
The tour of Orica at the Botany Industrial Park (BIP) provides an opportunity for interested members of the public to see inside the gates of BIP and to ask questions about Orica's operations and Botany Transformation Projects. After meeting at the Orica Administration Building on the corner of Denison Street and Beauchamp Road, Matraville, the group tours the site by bus.
- Availability: Open to Public
- Timeframe: Approximately twice a year (please check upcoming events or call 1800 025 138 for details), or as arranged with school, university or other interest groups
- Meeting Place: Orica Administration Building, 16-20 Beauchamp Road, corner of Denison Street, Matraville
- Parking: Beauchamp Road entrance for onsite parking
Orica Botany invites you to provide feedback on how we can improve our community consultation approach. To share your ideas, visit Contact Us.
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