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17 July 2006
BHP Billiton hosted a media tour of its Iron Ore mine, rail and port operations in Western Australia.
My name is Andrew Copley. I believe visible signs of inclusion and diversity — especially in the workplace — are important to show that bringing your whole self to work is not only encouraged but celebrated.
A Goldfields' Cundeelee Wangka dictionary has been published with support from BHP Nickel West, the work of more than 60 years of documentation and recordings by two linguists together with the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre Aboriginal Corporation.
BHP has partnered with Pan Pacific Copper (PPC) – a member of JX Nippon Mining & Metals group, and Norsepower – the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from maritime transportation between BHP’s mines in Chile and PPC’s smelters in Japan.