Rio Tinto's ground-breaking AP Technology™ - the world's cleanest aluminium production technology - now accounts for six million tonnes of installed capacity.
Rio Tinto has a two-year partnership with Western Australia's Department of Conservation to protect the future of turtles nesting on West Pilbara beaches.
Coal & Allied's Mount Thorley Warkworth site supports a project to improve native fish habitat and riverbank stability in the Upper Hunter River.
Surplus water from the forthcoming expansion at our Marandoo iron ore mine in the Pilbara will be used through an irrigated agriculture scheme known as Hamersley Agricultural Project (HAP).
Around 20 students from Muswellbrook South Public School have planted native trees at Coal & Allied's Bengalla Mine as part of ongoing land rehabilitation at the site.
Rio Tinto Coal Australia has completed a world-first, four-year pilot project to explore the feasibility of draining gas from coal seams before open cut mining. This is part of our work to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and those of our customers.
Students from more than 60 schools across Western Australia have taken part in Conservation Volunteer's Rio Tinto Earth Assist programme since it began in 2009.