RESOURCEFUL

August 2021

Welcome to the August 2021 edition of Resourceful, the Queensland Metals newsletter.

Browse our latest stories below.

Bonnie’s perseverance sparks success

Bonnie’s perseverance sparks success

Mount Isa Mines employee, Bonnie Anderson, to vie for State titles after being named the North Queensland winner of the prestigious Harry Hauenschild Apprentice of the Year Award.

MICO drills down deep into improvement project

MICO drills down deep into improvement project

Our Mount Isa Copper Operations (MICO) team has modified their underground drill rigs to allow them to be started remotely which improves safety and reduces time offline.

The North West takes the reins with rodeo season

The North West takes the reins with rodeo season

Winter means one thing in the North West – it is event season. More importantly, it’s rodeo time!

Glencore grant to improve hearing and vision screening services

Glencore grant to improve hearing and vision screening services

Queensland Metals is proud to support the North West Hospital and Health Service (NWHHS) who play a key role in protecting our community’s wellbeing through their healthcare services.

A remarkable 90 years of lead smelting at Mount Isa Mines

A remarkable 90 years of lead smelting at Mount Isa Mines

This year Mount Isa Mines marks the 90-year anniversary of the commission of the Lead Smelter in June 1931. We delve into the archives to look at Mount Isa’s rich lead smelting history.

X marks the spot - Geology students gain mapping skills

X marks the spot - Geology students gain mapping skills

A group of geology students travelled to the North West’s rich mineral province to gain hands on experience in their Geological Field Mapping Course.

Employees use pedal power in support of local causes

Employees use pedal power in support of local causes

Mount Isa Mines team put their pedals to the bitumen for the 2021 Border Ride.

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