• Meta Maya Group Headquarters
    

Meta Maya Construction (MMC) and Meta Maya Group (MMG) are two wholly-owned subsidiaries of Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation (“PMMRAC”) a privately owned, not for profit, Western Australian Aboriginal organization based in Port Hedland in the Pilbara Region. MMC has partnered with Zero Mass Water to bring perfected water to Perth and Regional
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  • Patty Mills, NBA Indigenous Basketball player
    Patty Mills, NBA player and one of Australia’s leading sportspeople, was determined to bring a renewable supply of clean drinking water to drought-stressed areas of remote Indigenous Australia. Throughout his basketball career, Mills has been dedicated to honouring his Aboriginal culture and founded The Community Water Project to enable remote communities to overcome water stress. With the support of the National Basketball Players Association and Australian Indige- nous Basketball, The Community Water Proj- ect installed SOURCE Hydropanel arrays in six remote Australian communities. Using only sunlight and air, SOURCE will provide more than 5,000 liters of clean drinking water per month, giving communities access to safe drinking water without the need for power or infrastructure.
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  • Buttah Windee Community, WA
    Faced with uranium-contaminated water for the past 10 years, residents of this remote town had extremely limited water-supply options given the health consequences. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-31/solar-hydropanels-fix-water-supply-in-remote-community/10941788
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  • The Star Entertainment Group & The Quandamooka People on Stradbroke Island
    In December 2019 Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation’s (QYAC) CEO Cameron Costello and The Star Entertainment Group General Manager Tourism, Food and Beverage, Strategy and Partnership Michael Hodgson on the island to unveil the new technology. Michael Hodgson said he is very proud to bring the technology to the Quandamooka People,“Our relationship with the Quandamooka People is unique – they have been the first Aboriginal community that we have partnered with to create mutually beneficial outcomes due to the scale of our $4 billion SEQ tourism developments with our consortium partners”
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