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Conflict Minerals United States Department of State

Aug 08, 2019· The Office of Threat Finance Countermeasures, in conjunction with other State Department bureaus and U.S. agencies, actively works to sever the links between mineral resources and conflict through government-to-government diplomatic efforts. The office also builds international support for due diligence guidelines intended to help industry develop a responsible minerals trade from conflict

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Conflict Minerals Policy Amgen

Conflict Minerals Policy Background. In recent years there has been increased concern that the exploitation and trade of certain minerals originating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries are helping to finance armed conflict characterized by extreme levels of violence.

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Lowe’s Conflict Minerals Policy Lowe’s Corporate

Lowe’s recognizes the concerns associated with conflict minerals sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo and the surrounding countries, including gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin. Lowe’s conflict minerals policy details our commitment to comply with the U.S. Conflict Minerals Rule and ensures that we are sourcing our products responsibly.

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Conflict Minerals Policy Corning Inc.

Conflict Minerals Policy. March 2019. Background on Conflict Minerals. Conflict minerals refer to the mineral precursors of the metals tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold (3TG), which are found in small amounts in virtually all electronic products. Revenue from mining these minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and nine neighboring

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Conflict Minerals Policy and Report WestRock

Conflict Minerals Policy and Report. “Conflict minerals,” as defined in the Conflict Minerals Rule, include gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten. The mining and trade of the minerals are believed to help finance armed groups that are committing human rights abuses in the DRC and its adjoining countries. The Conflict Minerals Rule is

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Conflict Minerals Regulation explained Trade European

On 1 January 2021 a new law will come into full force across the EU the Conflict Minerals Regulation. It aims to help stem the trade in four minerals tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold which sometimes finance armed conflict or are mined using forced labour.

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Conflict Minerals Policy Flowserve

Conflict Minerals Policy. Flowserve culture is centered on ethics, integrity and trust. Our values drive how we treat each other, our customers, suppliers, partners and even our competitors. By combining uncompromising character, transparent business behavior, mutual respect, and world-class products and services, we seek to build an enduring

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Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Xylem US

Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Xylem Inc. supports ending the violence and human rights violations related to the mining of certain minerals from a location described as the “Conflict Region,” which is situated in the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries.

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Conflict-Free Minerals Policy Statement Responsible

Conflict-Free Minerals Policy Statement. Responsible sourcing and funding. We're committed to ensuring that we are not sourcing minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold) that fund armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo and adjoining countries. We do not ban sourcing of minerals from this region because such a policy may harm legitimate

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Apple Inc.

Section 1 Conflict Minerals Disclosure Items 1.01 and 1.02 Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Report, Exhibit Conflict Minerals Disclosure A copy of Apple Inc.’s (“Apple’s”) Conflict Minerals Report for the reporting period January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 is provided as

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Conflict Minerals Policy and Report WestRock

Conflict Minerals Policy and Report. “Conflict minerals,” as defined in the Conflict Minerals Rule, include gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten. The mining and trade of the minerals are believed to help finance armed groups that are committing human rights abuses in the DRC and its adjoining countries. The Conflict Minerals

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Conflict Minerals Policy :: Macy's, Inc. (M)

Macy’s Inc. Conflict Minerals Policy. The below contains Macy’s, Inc.’s policy regarding the use of conflict minerals in its private label products. As used in this policy, “Macy’s” includes Macy’s,

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Conflict Minerals Policy Techtronic Industries TTI

Conflict Minerals Policy. As a leading manufacturing company, we want to ensure that any 3TG we source and ultimately use in our products does not come from the Covered Countries. To achieve this, TTI, its employees and suppliers must follow the standards set by this Conflict Minerals policy

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Conflict Minerals Policy Flowserve

Conflict Minerals Policy. Flowserve culture is centered on ethics, integrity and trust. Our values drive how we treat each other, our customers, suppliers, partners and even our competitors. By combining

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Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Xylem US

Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Xylem Inc. supports ending the violence and human rights violations related to the mining of certain minerals from a location described as the “Conflict Region,” which is

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Conflict Minerals Policy Acuity Brands

Conflict Minerals Policy SEC Dodd Frank Act. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has adopted final rules implementing Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and

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Conflict Minerals Policy Statement PCC Aero

Conflict Minerals Policy Statement. Precision Castparts Corp. (“PCC”) is committed to compliance with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) disclosure requirements with respect to “conflict minerals

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RoHS, REACH & Conflict Mineral Policies

IQD Conflict Minerals Policy. In July 2010, the United States enacted the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which includes section 1502, a section which regulates disclosure of the use of any “Conflict Minerals”. Conflict Minerals refers to minerals

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Apple Inc.

Section 1 Conflict Minerals Disclosure Items 1.01 and 1.02 Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Report, Exhibit Conflict Minerals Disclosure A copy of Apple Inc.’s (“Apple’s”) Conflict Minerals Report for

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Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Imperial Supplies LLC

Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Introduction As many of our suppliers and customers have acknowledged publicly, the Dodd-Frank Act1 created a new expectation for product manufacturers, which may be far removed from the source of the raw minerals

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