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Rio Tinto

  • #2 in Mining, oil & gas
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Sustainability at Rio Tinto

7.7 rating for Sustainability, based on 18 reviews
Please comment on your company's efforts in this area.
Rehabilitation is stressed quite highly and runs concurrently with the mining operations.
Graduate - 09 Dec 2021
Decarbonisation projects are the main priority to ensure the company meet its goals in 2030.
Graduate, Gladstone Central - 01 Jan 1970
I wish i could rate this higher, my specific site is doing a huge project to reduce this footprint but i still dont think it is enough to really push it into that high importance stage.
Graduate, Northern Territory - 01 Jan 1970
I honestly haven't really seen much effort being put into reducing the environmental footprint here on site. I must admit maybe I haven't been to the right places. However, one of our team member has a container in the office which we all use to put plastic and cans for recycling.
Graduate, Weipa - 01 Jan 1970
Increasing importance.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
In terms of everyday office things, its quite standard. Just having a recycling bin in common spaces, and providing reusable containers.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
zero carbon pledges for 2050 and industry leading processing technology that has already proven net zero potential. In many respects mining/RioTino is leading the way in achieving net zero targets more then other industries.
Graduate, Port Hedland and Dampier - 01 Jan 1970
RTIO's green steel initiative
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
sustainability is a big focus.
Graduate - 01 Jan 1970