Alcoa Pinjarra Cogeneration team provides boost to National Breast Cancer Research Foundation


Alinta Energy head of East Coast and SWIS O&M Warren Hawkins, Heat Exchangers WA managing director Steve Samut, Alcoa Cogen co-ordinator Matt Brook and Alinta Energy mechanical engineer John Mackenzie.
Alinta Energy head of East Coast and SWIS O&M Warren Hawkins, Heat Exchangers WA managing director Steve Samut, Alcoa Cogen co-ordinator Matt Brook and Alinta Energy mechanical engineer John Mackenzie.

THE National Breast Cancer Research Foundation has received a $2000 boost thanks to the Alcoa Pinjarra Cogeneration team.

Alcoa contractors Heat Exchangers WA pledged to donate a percentage of their service value on any pink Plate Heat Exchanger they overhauled.

Since 2017, the Alcoa Pinjarra Cogeneration team, in partnership with Alinta Energy and HEWA has raised $2018 for the charity and pink has become a welcome colour choice at the facility.

Alcoa is an active and supportive partner in the community and has been contributing economically and socially for more than 50 years.

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