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  • Products

    CSBP is a safe and reliable producer of sodium cyanide and explosive grade ammonium nitrate for the mining industry, as well as a trusted manufacturer and supplier of fertiliser and agricultural services to Western Australian growers for over 100 years.

  • Work with us
    Work with us

    CSBP is recognised as Western Australia’s leading manufacturer and supplier of chemicals, fertilisers and related services to mining, agricultural and industrial sectors throughout the world.

    Our businesses are recognised as safe, reliable and innovative industry leaders with a strong commitment to customers. We offer an inclusive work environment that celebrates diversity and the uniqueness of individual talents, experiences and ideas.

  • Supplier Management
    Supplier Management

    CSBP relies on a secure, sustainable, and internationally competitive supply chain and strong, positive supplier relationships.

    CSBP chooses to work with suppliers that share its commitment to health, safety, the environment and continued economic growth.

  • Company

    CSBP is part of Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers’ (WesCEF) portfolio of leading, sustainable businesses.  WesCEF belongs to Wesfarmers, a diversified conglomerate listed on the ASX and one of the nation’s largest employers.

    CSBP consists of several chemical and fertilisers businesses, as well as a number of subsidiaries and joint ventures.  Each business in its own right is recognised as a safe, reliable and innovative industry leader with a strong commitment to customers.

  • Community

    CSBP has been an active participant in the communities in which we operate for over 100 years. We believe we have a responsibility to get behind the our communities and, more than that, we’re proud to do so.

    We provide support in a number of different ways including, community grants, partnerships, employee giving and disaster relief.

  • Sustainability

    At CSBP we recognise that sustainability drives success.
    It is fundamental to maintaining our social license to operate, and ensuring we continue to grow a portfolio of leading, sustainable businesses.

    We believe sustainability is about understanding and managing the ways we impact the communities and environments in which we operate, to ensure that we continue to create value in the future.

CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge empowers students to take action

The CSBP Coastal Connection Challenge (CCCC) is empowering young people to take action to preserve their coastal environment.

50 students from schools and youth groups in Kwinana and Rockingham attended a two-day forum in March to identify opportunities in caring for local coastal areas. Participants have spent the past two months developing their ideas into tangible action projects.

The team from Kwinana Zone Youth Centre is organising regular community beach-clean ups and fundraising to install a CoastSnap photo point near Wells Park. CoastSnap is a citizen science research project that uses photos taken by the public to measure how beaches erode and recover. People are encouraged to take a picture of a particular area of coastline and share it with the CoastSnap community database so that researchers can build a record of the location and changes over time.  

The team from Organically Grown Home-Schooling met with different stakeholders, including Guardians of the Estuary and Western Australian Seabird Rescue, to research the effect of fishing lines on oceans and coast. The group is now looking into how the promote the use of fishing line bins and make them more effective — for example, implementing a QR code system so people can alert the relevant authorities when the bins are full or damaged.

Tranby College is aiming to become a sustainable school as a result of participating in the Challenge. This includes constructing two recycling stations for five types of recycling – waste paper and cardboard, plastic, metal, electronic devices, and glass. A school-wide competition will encourage students to design artwork for the recycling bins, making them a feature in the school and bringing awareness to the project. 

Other teams are working on a short documentary, hosting an art exhibition of pieces made out of rubbish collected from the shoreline and running a market day for sustainable producers and products.

Participants will present their action plans at a special showcase next Wednesday to stakeholders from CSBP, Perth NRM (Natural Resource Management) and the Cities of Kwinana and Rockingham.

Participants had the opportunity to develop their action projects at the two day forum