Ivanhoe Mines has released an initial sustainability report, providing an overview of Ivanhoe Mines’ sustainability programs and initiatives conducted in 2017.
Ivanhoe Mines (TSX:IVN) announced on April 25 that the company has issued its initial Sustainability Report.
The report provides an overview of Ivanhoe Mines’ sustainability programs and initiatives conducted in 2017, highlighting the significant accomplishments achieved and the new goals set for current and future corporate activities.
Ivanhoe Mines has three principal projects in Africa which are the Platreef platinum-palladium-nickel-copper-gold discovery on the Northern Limb of South Africa’s Bushveld Complex; the Kamoa-Kakula copper discoveries on the Central African Copperbelt in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC); the Kipushi zinc-copper-lead-germanium mine, also on the DRC’s Copperbelt.
As quoted in the press release:
Executive chairman of Ivanhoe Mines Robert Friedland said “the leadership of Ivanhoe Mines is committed to leveraging our role as a leading Canadian mining exploration and development company to support our stakeholders, guide responsible choices, engage in sustainable best practices and build modern, safe, mechanized mines that will employ a new generation of highly-skilled employees.”