Conflict Minerals: To Source Responsibly You Must Know the Source

Conflict Minerals: To Source Responsibly You Must Know the Source

Conflict minerals are commonly referred to as 3TG or the ’three T’s’ and gold. Unfortunately for companies and organizations looking to halt the inclusion of conflict minerals in the supply chain, once you are looking at tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, it is too late to determine whether they are conflict-free. In order to get the right information, supply chain managers must monitor the smelters, the only entities that know the true source of the minerals they refine.

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