At De Grey Mining, we are committed to operating ethically, sustainably, and in accordance with best governance practices.
We believe that responsible management of environmental, social and governance (ESG) elements are critical to success when working with communities.
Accordingly, we are committed to identifying, assessing and mitigating risks and proactively seeking pathways that deliver positive and sustainable outcomes. As we advance the Hemi discovery, environmental, heritage, social and governance considerations will be embedded across all our decision making. We aim to deliver responsible practices that lead to shared value for all stakeholders.
De Grey has aligned with the International Council of Mining and Metals (ICMM) and is committed to implementing the ICMM principles. The Board has also resolved to adhere to the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures. Hemi has the potential to be one of the lowest carbon intensive gold projects in Australia. This will be achieved through the use of renewable energy sources emerging in the Pilbara and the transition of the mobile equipment fleet from diesel to electric.