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Conflict Minerals Page

Does the company have a page on its website dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing?
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17 Known
+ 0 Unknown
= 17 Total results
Companies Values
Toyota Motor Corporation+image
Toyota Motor Corporation
Japan
Yes
Yes,No 2016
Tesla Motors+image
Tesla Motors
California (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2016
IBM (International Business Machines Corporation)+image
IBM (International Business Machines Corporation)
New York (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2016
Macy's+image
Macy's
Ohio (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2014
3M Company+image
3M Company
Minnesota (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2016
Hewlett-Packard (HP)+image
Hewlett-Packard (HP)
California (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2016
Apple Inc.+image
Apple Inc.
California (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2016
Acer Inc.+image
Acer Inc.
Taiwan, Province of China
Yes
Yes,No 2014
ArcelorMittal+image
ArcelorMittal
Netherlands
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Bose Corporation+image
Bose Corporation
Massachusetts (United States)
No
Yes,No 2016
Teradata+image
Teradata
Ohio (United States)
No
Yes,No 2016
Baxter International+image
Baxter International
No
Yes,No 2016
Pro-Dex, Inc.
No
Yes,No 2016
Mindray Medical International Limited+image
Mindray Medical International Limited
No
Yes,No 2016
ResMed Inc.+image
ResMed Inc.
California (United States)
No
Yes,No 2016
CostCo Wholesale Corp+image
CostCo Wholesale Corp
Washington (United States)
No
Yes,No 2016
Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd+image
Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd
No
Yes,No 2015

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Conflict Minerals Report

About

Companies should send a clear message that they are dedicated to sourcing their minerals responsibly. Having a separate page on its website about conflict minerals or responsible sourcing is a sign that the company takes this issue seriously. 

The trade in minerals has been linked to conflict and human rights abuses in countries such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Afghanistan and Colombia. These minerals – sometimes called “conflict minerals” – are used in a wide variety of goods we use every day like smartphones, laptops and cars.

 

 

Methodology

Use your preferred search engine to search for “[Company name] conflict minerals” or "[Company name] responsible sourcing" – when the company is well known this search should give you some high-ranking results that are pages on the company’s website. For companies that are not so well known, you may wish to limit the search to their official website (e.g. "site:http://xiaomi-mi.com conflict minerals” or "site:http://xiaomi-mi.com responsible sourcing”– in Google search).

Having a page on its website dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing means that the company goes beyond simply having a "Conflict Minerals Policy". You can find more information about a company's Conflict Minerals Policy through our metric.

Where the company has a page on their website dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing, they should receive a value of “Yes” and you should add a link to this page as the source. Where you cannot find a page on the company’s website that is dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing, set their value to “No” and make a “report” source – describe the domain you searched and give the date (e.g. "xiaomi-mi.com searched on 15th December 2015, no page about conflict minerals / responsible sourcing found").