Gen­er­at­ing breast can­cer aware­ness

The Australian Mining Review - - COMPANIES GEARING UP -

REMA TIP TOP has do­nated more than $5200 to the Can­cer Coun­cil as part of its 2017 Pink Roller cam­paign.

The Pink Rib­bon in­spired con­veyor belt roller cam­paign saw REMA TIP TOP come to­gether with its roller man­u­fac­turer part­ner, Hong Kong based RKM Rollers, to pro­duce a bright pink roller dis­trib­uted to mine sites that opted into the ini­tia­tive.

Sev­eral thou­sand pink rollers were dis­trib­uted to NSW mine sites as a re­sult of the cam­paign, and the team is now look­ing to take the ini­tia­tive to a na­tional level in 2018.

REMA TIP TOP chief op­er­a­tions of­fi­cer Craig Philpotts said the work on the 2018 cam­paign would be be­gin­ning im­me­di­ately.

“By en­gag­ing the ma­jor min­ing houses, we hope to add one, if not more ze­ros to that do­na­tion next year,” he said.

“This money goes to­wards grass roots ini­tia­tives that ben­e­fit can­cer suf­fers lo­cally, and around Aus­tralia.

“The work of the Can­cer Coun­cil is in­cred­i­ble, and we’re glad to be counted amongst its many pas­sion­ate sup­port­ers.”

Spring­vale Coal’s An­thony Brown with REMA TIP TOP Prod­uct En­gi­neer Scott Han­cock and some fresh pink rollers ready to be in­stalled.

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