Our future focus

At Elemera we’re committed to creating positive outcomes for our people, our communities and the environment. We employ local people, use local supply chains, support community organisations, and seek meaningful long-term relationships with Australia’s First Peoples.

We are focussed on being a considerate member of the business community and continually strive to improve the sustainability of our organisation.

Dedicated to reconciliation

Elemera acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s First Peoples and Traditional Custodians. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and recognise the continuing connection to land, water, and community.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) has been formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia, and we are a RAP network member.

We’ve actively helped to grow Indigenous businesses and are proud of our efforts. We seek to engage with Indigenous businesses throughout our supply chain, improve our cultural knowledge and provide opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to succeed.

We have a strong commitment to supplier diversity and were one of the first 800 companies in Australia to become a Supply Nation member.

We actively support the Clontarf Foundation; an organisation that seeks to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.

¬  Download our Reconciliation Action Plan

¬  Download our Supply Nation membership certificate

Committed to climate action

The climate is changing. Elemera is committed to being part of the solution.

As the world transitions to a renewable energy future, we lead the way, working with emerging energy industries like hydrogen to deliver safer working environments across the sector.

We were one of the first 250 companies in Australia to become a carbon neutral certified organisation under the Australian government’s Climate Active scheme.

We reduce our carbon footprint wherever possible and use carbon offset credits to support biodiverse reforestation projects in the southwest of Australia and wind power projects in Turkey and China.


Key stats

¬  we have reduced our landfill waste by 45% since 2021

¬  we have reduced our air travel by 50% since 2019

¬  in FY21 we surrendered 635.49 tonnes of CO2-e emissions

¬  our organisation became Climate Active certified for FY21



Sustainable future

As one of the first 300 companies in Australia to sign up to the UN Global Compact, we have made a commitment to:

¬  do business responsibly by aligning our strategies and operations with the Ten Principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

¬  take strategic actions to advance societal goals – such as the Sustainable Development Goals – with an emphasis on collaboration and innovation.




Supporting local communities and charities

We are a local company that supports healthy lives and tries to make that shine through in all we do. We give back to local communities and charities to support those who’ve supported us.

Some local communities and charities we support:

¬  Mindil Aces Soccer Club in Darwin
¬  Variety Club Christmas party in the Northern Territory
¬  The Palmerston and Regional Basketball Association (PaRBA)
¬  Variety Club Sunshine Bash Rally
¬  Wests Scarborough Rugby Union Club

Independently accredited

As an ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO45001 certified group of companies, independently accredited by DNV, we are focused on continually improving our processes and procedures and reducing our impact on the environment.

We are a carbon neutral certified business under the Australian government Climate Active scheme as well as Grade A member contractor of ISNetworld.

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