Environmental Protection for BCI means maintaining a healthy natural environment by conserving natural resources, minimising waste, minimising emissions and maintaining ecological health and wellbeing, now and into the future.

BCI recognises the importance of maintaining the biological diversity and ecological integrity of the environments within which we operate or plan to operate. This means that while BCI seeks to conduct activities that involve the extraction of resources, we do so without interrupting the ecological balance of the ecosystems we operate within.

Our systematic approach to environmental management is a key driver to maintaining a sustainable impact to the environment, ongoing compliance and continued improvement in our environmental performance. We firmly believe that it is the responsibility of all staff and contractors to act as custodians of the environment and this is reinforced through site-specific inductions and training programs.

In addition, BCI is committed to identifying and harnessing renewable resource solutions for its’ projects and operations and implementing actions to mitigate climate change.

Click here to read our Environment Policy.

 

Mardie Project Public Environmental Review

BCI Minerals Limited, through its wholly owned subsidiary Mardie Minerals Pty Ltd, is proposing to develop a salt and sulphate of potash (SOP) operation, and associated export facility approximately 80 km southwest of Karratha, WA.

Mardie Minerals has prepared the Environmental Review Document in accordance with EPA procedures and it is available for public review. The Environmental Review Document describes the proposal, the likely environmental impacts and the proposed management measures. It can be downloaded using the links below.

Click here to view the Environmental Review Document

Appendices are provided below.

Public submissions are closed.

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