SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Develop and implement long-term sustainability strategies that take into account the full life cycle of mining projects.

Develop and implement long-term sustainability strategies that take into account the full life cycle of mining projects.

Prioritize the health and safety of employees through comprehensive training, safety protocols, and proactive risk management.

 

Create a workplace culture that values and prioritizes safety in all operations

Embrace innovative technologies, such as automation and data analytics, to improve mining efficiency and safety.

Explore alternatives to traditional mining methods, like in-situ recovery or bioleaching, which may be more environmentally friendly.

Use resources efficiently to minimize waste and reduce the environmental impact.

Optimize energy consumption, water usage, and raw material inputs to lower operational costs and environmental burdens.

Uphold high ethical standards by conducting business with integrity, fairness, and transparency.

Comply with all relevant laws and regulations and disclose information on operations and environmental performance to stakeholders.

Avoid engaging in practices that result in human rights violations, such as child labor or forced labor.

Minimize the environmental footprint by adopting best practices in resource management, waste reduction, and pollution control.

Implement reclamation and rehabilitation plans to restore mined areas to their natural state or repurpose them for other beneficial uses.

Embrace cleaner technologies and renewable energy sources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.