We are proud to announce that with the start of this year, E-Tech’s CEO, Elbert Loois, has been elected to co-chair the International Mining committee of the CMA, as its Scientific Officer, Ed Loye, has been invited to join the REIA’s ESG committee as a Board Member.
E-Tech Resources Inc., an exploration company with its Eureka rare earths project in Namibia, has joined the ranks of the global Rare Earths Industry Association (REIA), the Critical Minerals Association (CMA) and the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA), which all stand for secure and sustainable materials sourcing for hi-tech value chains.
Also, E-Tech have formally installed a Sustainability Advisory Board to guide the development and execution of its ESG Strategy.
The Sustainability Advisory Board is represented by an array of high-level rare earths value chain experts with a successful track-record in their fields of work:
- Dr. Frances Wall, Prof. Geology at Camborne School of Mines. Frances is an expert on carbonatite rare earth geology and an ESG specialist in the natural resources sector.
- Dr. Andreas Hucke, Head of Sustainable Raw Materials Certification at DMT Group. Andreas is a specialist for sustainable mining and mine rehabilitation and leads the ESG activities of DMT.
- Edward Loye, Chief Science Officer and Geologist at E-Tech Resources. Ed is a geological expert on the exploration of rare earths deposits and revisited the Eureka deposit for development from 2015.
Elbert Loois, Chief Executive Officer at E-Tech Resources comments:
“E-Tech Resources is proud to have secured the commitment of a group of outstanding experts for various Rare Earths related Sustainability Initiatives, who have a high reputation and respect with rare earths value chain stakeholders around the world.
Their contribution will be of great importance to the sustainable development of the Eureka project on the various ESG levels of ecology, society, technology and economy.”