Conflict Minerals Policy
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Unimar is committed to providing the highest quality products that meet the needs of our customers. This includes supporting the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act which issued regulations requiring companies to make disclosures under specific circumstances concerning the use of “Conflict Minerals” defined as tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold. These are designed to eliminate support of human rights violations, as well as illegal and unethical actions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) region. We do not purchase these materials directly, however they may exist in the materials we purchase.
Unimar is committed to working with our suppliers to responsibly purchase the materials and components we use in our products.
We expect our suppliers to uphold to these standards as well. They are expected to investigate the source of conflict minerals in materials or products we purchase, and to have the proper information available upon request. Unimar’s suppliers are also expected to be aware of these human rights violations in the DRC region and purchase their materials from accountable sources.
Unimar will use the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template to collect the proper information and will support the Conflict Free Smelter InitiativeDownload our Conflict Minerals Policy