1111 E. Airline Hwy, Gramercy, LA 70052

Community Involvement

Atlantic Alumina Gramercy Operations has a long history in supporting the local community through both volunteering activities and financial support. We continue to identify opportunities that make an impact in the communitiy with various organizations who provide support and services throughout the area.


Community

Mr. Airy Cemetery Restored

Our Gramercy site has a rich history. Located on the grounds is the Mt. Airy Cemetery. The cemetery dates back to the early 1900’s, and had become overgrown over time. When management learned about the cemetery, the Noranda Team cleared the area - approximately half an acre - planted grass, constructed a parking lot, fenced it off and designed and fabricated the arched entryway. The team then welcomed descendants, and visitation is now allowed upon request. The team also plans to add benches in the near future.

Noranda Alumina congratulates area graduates in the local newspaper L'Observateur

Noranda Alumina congratulates area graduates in the local newspaper L'Observateur.

Noranda Alumina salutes area heroes in the local newspaper L'Observateur

Noranda Alumina salutes area heroes in the local newspaper L'Observateur.

Noranda Alumina provides 200 breakfasts to healthcare workers to thank them for being heroes of the community

Noranda Alumina provided 200 breakfasts to the healthcare workers at St. James Parish Hospital to thank them for being heroes of the community.

Members of the Noranda Alumina Maintenance team performing repairs to the Lutcher High School ball field

Members of the Noranda Alumina Maintenance team performing repairs to the Lutcher High School ball field.

Noranda Alumina employees volunteering at a local women's kitchen

Carolyn Ryans, Manager of Safety & Security, volunteering at a local women's kitchen.

Noranda Alumina Maintenance Apprenticeship Program

Members of the Noranda Alumina team attending "Signing Day" for the newest members of the Maintenance Apprenticeship Program. These young men were graduates from Lutcher High School who completed a 12 week program during their senior year through the St James Parish Career & Technology Center.