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Welcome

Welcome to the Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation website.

Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation (PMMRAC) is an incorporated indigenous organisation established in 1994 to provide services to remote Aboriginal communities in the areas of essential services (power, water and wastewater), housing management, tenancy support and environmental health.

We hope that our website will make it easy for you to access the various services and programs that Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation perform.  Please take your time in exploring the various links and resources available.

 

Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities

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The AMRRIC de-sexing program will be starting on the 5th May 2014 through to the 16th May 2014

The program is scheduled over 12 days starting with local communities, Goodabinya community, Nullagine, Cotton Creek, Jigalong and finishing in Yandeyarra.  

The program has been changed this year so that all communities serviced by Environmental Health will be visited. 

Visit AMRRIC at their website www.ammric.org

 

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Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation Standards Certification Complete

ISO standards logoPilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation is very excited to announce that we are now certified in the following Standards:

  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management
  • ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management; and
  • AS/NZS 4801:2001 Health & Safety Management.

JAS ANZ Standards logoPMMRAC is committed to achieving the highest standard of performance in quality, occupational health and safety and environmental management. 

We aim to create and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction, a safe and healthy working environment and to minimise our environmental impact’.