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How do I contact Calix?

By e-mail:

By phone:  +61 (2) 8199 7400

For shareholders, visit our investors page, or email us.

For specific region and country contact information, see our contact page. 



How does Calix protect the privacy of visitors to its website?

Calix is committed to maintaining the privacy and security of the personally information of all the visitors to this website.


See our Online Privacy Policy

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See our Disclaimer



How do I find product information?

To find out more about our products and their specific applications for your business, visit the product pages or search by application.



Where is Calix located around the world?

For specific region and country contact information, see our contact page.



Who are the executives at Calix?

For profiles of all the senior executives and board members, visit the executive management and board of directors pages.



How can I apply to work at Calix?

Calix has a team of talented individuals who are passionate about the growth and success of the organisation. As we grow we will continue to have job opportunities across a variety of areas. 


A career at Calix provides opportunities within an innovative environment, working alongside skilled professionals. As part of a close-knit team, our team members have the opportunity to develop their skills whilst contributing to environmental sustainability and our Australian success story.


Register your interest by sending us your CV and a cover letter, and we will contact you when an opportunity arises.



Where do I find Calix financial and share registry information?

Annual Reports are made available to all shareholders. If you cannot locate a copy or wish to request a replacement, please email us with your shareholding details.


More information can be found on the investor page.



How do I find out about Calix news?

Calix publishes a quarterly Newsletter detailing company’s achievements, current projects and R&D updates and people. To subscribe to Calix News, use the sign up form at the bottom of the page (in the blue banner).


You can unsubscribe from the Calix News anytime, simply click the link to unsubscribe at the bottom of our emails.



What does “nano-active” mean?

Research into nano-particles (defined as particles between 1 and 100 nanometers, or billionths of a meter, in size) is rapidly increasing, due to the unique physical and chemical properties these materials manifest, and the potential high value applications in health, electronics, catalysts, 3d printing and batteries.

However, problems associated with fixing these particles in place to allow practical use, as well as the expense in producing them, has restricted more widespread use.


Calix’s CFC technology can be used to produce “nano-active” particles…particles which, because of their high surface area, display many of the unique properties of nano-particles, while being a thousand times larger (and therefore more easily and cheaply produced and utilised).



What is industrial carbon capture?

Carbon capture is the process of selectively removing and capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial processes. It can then be used (eg as an industrial gas, or via technologies under development such as fuel recycling, etc) or permanently stored (eg sequestered in saline aquifers, or via technologies under development such as in building products or plastics).


Both the cement and lime industries have relatively high CO2 emissions with around 60% of their total CO2 emissions being released directly, and unavoidably, from the processing of limestone (which is 50 % by weight CO2). Carbon capture is the only means by which these industrial processes can dramatically reduce their emissions.



Where can I find out more about the LEILAC Project?

The LEILAC (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) project will seek to prove a new type of carbon capture technology that can be applied to the cement and lime industries, called Direct Separation.


LEILAC will develop, build and operate a pilot plant at the HeidelbergCement plant in Lixhe, Belgium to demonstrate Calix’s CFC technology.  iThe LEILAC Project aims to demonstrate that the capture of process CO2 emissions (about 60 % of total CO2 emissions) from both industries can be achieved without significant energy or capital penalty.


For more information about the project’s progress: