RESOURCEFUL

February 2022

Welcome to the February 2022 edition of Resourceful, the Queensland Metals newsletter.

Browse our latest stories below.

Major improvements highlight promising future for the Lead Smelter

Major improvements highlight promising future for the Lead Smelter

The Lead Smelter has undergone $4 million of major structural improvements to replace the main conveyor and top floors of the Flux Tower, improving safety and occupational hygiene.

Queensland Metals’ Pathway Programs light the way for exciting and fulfilling careers in resources

Queensland Metals’ Pathway Programs light the way for exciting and fulfilling careers in resources

Queensland Metals is once again welcoming a range of new talent to the business through our leading Pathway Programs in 2022.

Lady Loretta Mine hits production highs

Lady Loretta Mine hits production highs

The mine will continue to be an important and profitable operation for Glencore Zinc Assets Australia over the next few years.

A CRL employee reflects on 36 years of service

A CRL employee reflects on 36 years of service

Alf Maconachie walked into the Copper Refinery site for the first time in 1986. Thirty-six years on, he reflects on his memories and highlights.

Reflecting on the royal visit to Mount Isa as Queen Elizabeth II marks her 70-year reign

Reflecting on the royal visit to Mount Isa as Queen Elizabeth II marks her 70-year reign

As the Queen reaches 70 years of service, we look back at her and Prince Philips’ iconic trip to Mount Isa in 1970 as part of their Australian tour.

Mine Rescue secures new facility as new recruitment drive approaches

Mine Rescue secures new facility as new recruitment drive approaches

New and existing members are benefiting from more space for training and equipment.

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