• 09 December 2021

    Australian Hydrogen Council

    There’s a lot happening in the Climate Opportunities space with WesCEF recently joining the Australian Hydrogen Council, which is made up of 60 members across Australia who operate in the hydrogen supply chain. WesCEF’s General Manager Climate Opportunities, Mussaret Nagree notes that being part of the Australian Hydrogen Council is an important opportunity for WesCEF, […]

  • Rob Scott
    09 December 2021

    Sustainability is the key to Wesfarmers success

    Recently, Wesfarmers Managing Director Rob Scott spoke with the Australian Institute of Company Directors about Wesfarmers sustainability goals, shareholder returns and how WesCEF will play a significant role in its sustainable future. By now, you’ll be aware of Wesfarmers ambitious net-zero target for all its Divisions to be carbon neutral by 2050. In his May interview, Rob […]

  • 08 December 2021

    CSBP Partnership Cares for Coastal Environment

    Young people were empowered to take action to preserve their coastal environment in the Kwinana and Rockingham areas thanks to CSBP’s newest community partnership, the CSBP Coastal Connection Challenge (CCCC). Two Reference Group members, Snow Li (13) and Kristy Read (24), both enjoyed the chance to influence how the Challenge would benefit the students involved. […]

  • 08 December 2021

    Using the LoRa Network to monitor groundwater

    CSBP is improving the way it monitors groundwater quality with the installation of smart remote sensors.  Data is captured by the sensors and transmitted in real-time to the CSBP Environment team via the LoRa network. LoRa is short for long-range and is an energy efficient network that enables the sensors to transmit data over a long […]

  • 08 December 2021

    CSBP’s wetlands rejuvenation improves wastewater management

    The wetlands at CSBP Kwinana are being revitalised as part of a strategy to improve the business’ wastewater management. The three hectares of purpose-built wetlands are an important part of CSBP’s wastewater management, treating approximately 2.5 million litres of nutrient-rich wastewater each day.  WesCEF’s Environmental Superintendent Stephanie Felstead said that the wetlands naturally treat the […]

  • 08 December 2021

    WesCEF’s first Aboriginal Employee Network Kicks Off

    WesCEF was proud to hold its first Aboriginal Employee Network event for employees from its numerous greater Perth based businesses in November 2020. The event offered the opportunity for Aboriginal employees to get to know each other and develop a support network and was attended by Wesfarmers CEO. The initiative, which will now be a […]

  • 08 December 2021

    CSBP uses unsung technology hero to reduce emissions

    CSBP has been utilising a traditional yet modern ‘unsung technology hero’ in its bid to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. Capturing waste heat from its chemical processes to generate electricity has been part of CSBP’s everyday efforts since CSBP’s Kwinana site was first established in 1968. Waste heat recovery systems are an integral part of […]

  • 08 December 2021

    Reducing WesCEF’s carbon footprint – Carbon & Energy

    WesCEF’s recognises that in the manufacture of its essential products relied upon by society, it has a role to play in addressing climate change and reducing its carbon footprint for current and future generations. As a result, WesCEF has set an aspirational target of net zero emissions by 2050 which it aims to achieve through […]