The Australian Mining Review

Generating breast cancer awareness

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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.
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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