Corporate Social Responsibility

A&G is committed to conducting our business ethically and responsibly, taking into account our social, economic and environmental impact.
A&G Support for Education

A&G is proud to have supported both Charles Sturt University and the University of Adelaide.

Ron Potter (A&G Founder) made a significant contribution to Australia’s education system including the creation and development of the Oenology course at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga campus (the Ron Potter Centre), and generous contributions to the Ron Potter Fermentation Facility, which was developed for, and is used by, Wine Science students at the University of Adelaide.

A&G Environmental Policies

A&G takes environmental responsibility seriously and continually seeks to reduce our environmental impact through the removal, replacement or reduction of environmental risks.

Programs include:

  • A&G solar electricity program commenced in 2015 and we have committed to becoming fully solar-powered at all sites
  • LED lighting upgrade
  • ‘Cartridges for Planet Ark’ program
  • Dedicated paper recycling program
  • Recycling program for scrap stainless steel
A&G Community Support and Donations

The A&G team are committed in their efforts to support local and regional community activities from fundraising through to sporting events.

We are proud to partner with causes and groups that are close to our hearts. We are especially excited about our involvement with a few upcoming events that will raise awareness and funds, and our heart rates! The Colour Me Crazy Griffith and City2Lake fun run/walk events are supporting efforts of some amazing local charities.

A&G Engineering is proud to sponsor our local A, A-Reserve, B, C & U17 Netball Teams in the Griffith SWANS Women’s Netball Comp. The U17 team was coached by A&G staff member Sarah Young, under whose guidance the U17’s have done particularly well this year!

At A&G we are always looking for ways that we can give back to our local communities through fundraising and sporting projects. If you have a charitable initiative that we can support, contact us on: (02) 6964 3422.