Community Initiatives


Perdaman Information Sheets are available to download from this website. These sheets provide answers to frequently asked questions and will be updated as the project progresses.

In order to be kept informed about the Perdaman Collie Urea Plant, you are able to register on our home page to receive our monthly newsletter, Perdaman News - all it takes is your name and email address. You will be the first to hear about all major announcements and any up-dates on the development of the project.

Consultation sessions within the Collie area commenced in June 2009 and continued through the public comment period of our PER in October and November within Collie & Bunbury. Although these community sessions have concluded you are still able to comment on the PER and raise any questions with Perdaman or send submissions directly through to the Environmental Protection Authority. For details on this process please click here.

Perdaman Display Boards have been located throughout Collie and the South-West so as to provide the community with general information regarding the Perdaman Collie Urea Plant.

Communications are focused on ensuring that the community is aware of Perdaman's management plans in relation to:

  • Community (future employment, health and safety, education and training)
  • Health and safety (road usage, plant processes etc)
  • Economic factors (opportunities for local business and communities)
  • The environment (managing dust, noise, lighting, heritage, greenhouse emissions, water and power usage etc)
  • Land (access to industrial precinct)

In order to maintain our awareness of developments within the local community, Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers has taken out memberships with the following organisations:

Collie Chamber of Commerce

Bunbury Chamber of Commerce

Bunbury Wellington Economic Alliance

Chamber of Minerals & Energy

We look forward to a close association with these organisations which will allow us to become actively involved in and contribute to the development of these communities.