Yellowcake uranium oxide is transported by truck from the Olympic Dam mine at Roxby Downs in South Australia, through Port Adelaide to the docks at Outer Harbor, to be loaded onto ships for export. The yellowcake is packed inside sealed drums in a shipping container on the truck.
BHP’s Annual General Meeting will be held in Adelaide at the Entertainment Centre 98 Port Rd, Hindmarsh, on Thursday 20th November 2015.
Join us from 9-10:30am to voice your support for the brave community voices heading into the AGM with support from BHP Shareholder for social responsibility to ask the hard questions about environmental destructions, community consultation, lack of responsibility and future risks.… Read more >>
6:30pm Governor Hindmarsh Hotel 59 Port Rd Hindmarsh
FoE are a member group of Nuclear Operations Watch Port Adelaide (NOWPA) who are one of the groups hosting this event.
Come and hear about community and environmental concerns with BHP mining projects in Australia and overseas. From coal mines in Colombia and Indonesia, the infamous Olympic Dam uranium mine in South Australia to uranium exports through Port Adelaide – at this forum the spotlight will be on BHP’s behaviour not their share price. The event leads into the action outside the BHP-Billiton AGM at the Entertainment Centre the next day.
Bob Briton, NOW Port Adelaide
Dave Sweeney – Australian Conservation Council
Mia Pepper – Conservation Council WA
For more information http://nowpa.org/ email@example.com… Read more >>