The Pinjarra Refinery is part of Alcoa of Australia's three-refinery system in Western Australia.

Situated just 10 minutes from the town of Pinjarra, located within the Shire of Murray, and 30 minutes from the coastal city of Mandurah, the Pinjarra Refinery is a major employer with over 1,000 employees.

It is one of the world’s largest refineries with a capacity of 4.2 million tonnes per year.

After undergoing a major upgrade, it now delivers a substantial reduction in energy intensity per tonne of alumina produced.

Combined with a co-generation partnership with Alinta, the refinery also now achieves significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in addition to improvements in the use of natural resources.

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Alcoa apprentice graduates awarded

July 24, 2015 Fourth year Alcoa Pinjarra Alumina Refinery apprentices Kaiden Dixon and Mathew Penetito were recognised as the Pinjarra Apprentice of the Year and the Safety Award winners respectively at the company’s 2015 Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony recently.

2011/2012 Sustainability Report

The 2011/2012 Sustainability Report contains information about our performance in Australia throughout 2011 and 2012 - specifically about our management of key issues including climate change, energy efficiency, environmental and economic custodianship, and detail of engagement with local communities.

Pinjarra Environmental Improvement Plan

Read the 2014-2016 Pinjarra EIP
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Celebrating Alcoa Volunteers
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