Feb 12, 2019

More money flows in to help those hit by floods

More money flows in to help those hit by floods Incitec Pivot Limited, which owns Phosphate Hill in North-West Queensland, is contributing $100,000 to the Premier's flood appeal.

Incitec Pivot Limited is donating $100,000 towards helping North Queensland residents affected by last week’s flooding.

The company said its contribution to the Premier’s Queensland Floods Appeal would assist communities impacted by the devastating floods.

“Our thoughts, support and care go to the people of North Queensland, whose lives, homes and businesses have been impacted by the recent floods,” managing director Jeanne Johns said.

“This region has a special place in our company’s heart, given our people work and live in these regional communities.

“Our commitment to the North Queensland region is strong and we will continue to support it during this difficult time, as the communities start to understand the consequences of this tragic event.”

Incitec Pivot Limited said it would liaise with the State Government to support the recovery phase of critical infrastructure across northern Queensland, to get the communities and businesses back up and running.

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