In late February, the Independent Planning Commission (IPC) held a public hearing over two days in Moss Vale to hear from the community, followed by a site visit. Written submissions were also able to be lodged to the IPC up… Read more
In the coming weeks, a fear campaign will descend on the Southern Highlands, led by the anti-coal activist groups Lock the Gate and Battle for Berrima regarding alleged impacts of the Hume Coal project on local wildlife and the Sydney… Read more
The Hume Coal Project is based in the Southern Highlands of NSW, and is assessing the potential of an underground coal mine. The coal mining operation will supply metallurgical coal for the production of steel and industrial coal for uses in industry, such as cement production and power generation.
The Hume Coal Project is a subsidiary of the South Korean steel manufacturer, POSCO.
POSCO is one of the largest steel producers in the world, and is an industry leader in low-emission, low-cost and high quality steel manufacturing.
Hume Coal is committed to ensuring their land achieves high productivity and yield, through the use of industry leaders, implementing the latest farm management techniques.
Hume Coal takes its social responsibility seriously, and is dedicated to supporting the local community through our Charitable Foundation and Apprenticeship Program.Watch