Sustainability

E-TECH Resources aligns its sustainability policy with the guidelines of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The Eureka REE Project will secure sustainable value to its stakeholders by installing a Sustainability Committee to guide its efforts in  the following areas:

Health & Safety

- installing well defined HSSE policies and measures
- guaranteeing low emittance of radioactivity
- securing localised dust management measures

Community Support

- performing social studies and relief measures
- supporting of regional community and social services
- delivering regional industrial development potential

Efficient Consumption

- guaranteeing responsible use of energy and water
- minimising consumption of chemicals
- providing potable and farming water as valuable side-products

Jobs & Education

- offering sustainable work contracts for the national population
- conducting training programmes and educational support
- sponsoring personal development programmes

Environmental Care

- offering sustainable work contracts for the national population
- conducting training programmes and educational support
- sponsoring personal development programmes

Inclusiveness & Fairness

- offering sustainable work contracts for the national population
- conducting training programmes and educational support
- sponsoring personal development programmes

Best Practice & Transparency

- offering sustainable work contracts for the national population
- conducting training programmes and educational support
- sponsoring personal development programmes

Value Chain Management

- offering sustainable work contracts for the national population
- conducting training programmes and educational support
- sponsoring personal development programmes

Code of Conduct & ESG Policies

Please note that E-Tech Resources is in the process of undertaking a public listing on the TSX.V between Battery Road Capital Corp., (TSX.V: BTRY.P) and E-Tech Namibia.