31 May
EU targeting responsible sourcing of Minerals used in RE and EV technology

The project RE-SOURCING is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program and developed for Renewable Energy, Electric Vehicles, Mobility, and Electronics who depend mainly on key minerals and hence targeted for responsible sourcing. The EU’s goal […]

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10 Mar
How to prepare a Product level CMRT?

The major benefit of “Company level CMRT” is – It provides coverage for all the products manufactured by each manufacturer and helps both suppliers and manufacturers to utilize the same CMRT for different customers with a variety of products. In […]

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29 Jan
EU Conflict Minerals Regulations will apply across the EU on 1st Jan 2021

It is on 17 May 2017 the EU Parliament and EU Council had laid down new import regulation on ‘Conflict Minerals’ under Regulation 2017/821. The importers of Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold (3TG) into European Union are required to carry […]

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20 Jun
All you need to know about Conflict Minerals

We regularly use various products most possibly containing so-called conflict minerals—rare natural resources such as tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold (3TG), the mining and trade of which results in financial conflicts and human abuse in the Democratic Republic of Congo […]

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10 May
CMRT & CRT Update

New Version of Conflict Mineral Reporting Template CMRT v 6.01 and Cobalt Reporting Template CRT v 2.11 is released by RMI. CMRT v 6.01 (Conflict Mineral Reporting Template) RMI has released the new version of CMRT on 19th May 2020, […]

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12 Apr
Conflict minerals in EU – What it means for you and your business.

It’s a most conversable topic in the environment and material compliance space; In 2010, US Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act, with rules requiring SEC listed companies to disclose their use of conflict minerals viz., Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten or Gold (3TG). […]

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