Clean Mining joins headline panel at metals conference

When hundreds of the world’s top thought-leaders and decision-makers descend on Singapore for the Asia Pacific Precious Metals Conference, Clean Mining will be front and centre in the discussion on industry sustainability.

Managing Director Jeff McCulloch has been invited to join a panel discussion on the regulation of the precious metals supply chain and whether the current environment is sustainable.

He will join a prestigious group of chief executives from across the globe, including General Counsel of the LBMA, CEO of The Perth Mint and President of OceanaGold Corporation.

Mr McCulloch said the topic of the discussion highlighted a significant challenge facing the global precious minerals sector.

“Regulation is increasing impacting miners and processors, especially small-scale and artisanal operators,” Mr McCulloch said.

“In addition, there is a push from several sides – government, industry and consumers – for improved economic, social and governance (ESG) performance and accountability.”

“Together, these regulation and performance requirements are creating a challenge for those operating within the industry, especially smaller operators who need cost-effective processes and tools to measure and achieve results.”

“That’s something Clean Mining aims to address through our technology solution, which produces cleaner, safer and more sustainable gold without the use of cyanide or the need for huge infrastructure costs,” Mr McCulloch added.

“It’s a game changer for the gold industry and gold consumers, as demand for ethically produced gold rises globally.”

“We look forward to hearing from others at the conference about how we can work together to produce more sustainable results.”

The third annual Asia Pacific Precious Metals Conference is being held in Singapore from 9 to 11 June 2019.


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