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Conflict Minerals Infinite Electronics

The term “conflict minerals” is defined as columbite-tantalite, also known as coltan (from which tantalum is derived); cassiterite (tin); gold; wolframite (tungsten); or their derivatives; or any other mineral or its derivatives determined by the Secretary of State to be financing conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or an

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Allied Electronics About Us- Conflict Minerals

ALLIED CONFLICT MINERALS STATEMENT Allied Electronics is aware of the conflict mineral reporting obligations under Section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. However, traditional component distribution activities, such as those performed by Allied, are not within the scope of the bill's reporting requirements.

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Conflict Minerals Suppliers About Philips

Conflict minerals are minerals mined in conditions where armed conflict and human rights abuses occur. The term is typically to refer to four minerals tungsten, tantalum, tin and gold (also known as 3TG) that are mined in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). recyclers, NGOs, electronics companies, trade

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Conflict Minerals in Electronics alive

Sep 27, 2016· A positive outcome to the conflict minerals issue can only result from the combined effort of industry, governments, nonprofit groups—and consumers. In 2010 the Enough Project ranked 21 leading consumer electronics manufacturers for their actions on the conflict minerals issue.

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Comment: Replacing conflict minerals in the electronics

Consultant editor Richard Wilson writes a regular column for Electronics Weekly . Note: A previous version of his article mistakenly implied that indium is a conflict mineral. In fact indium is not a conflict mineral, it is not scarce and is not mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Conflict Minerals Avnet

Conflict minerals include tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, which are used in many electronic components and computer products. As a global value-added distributor of electronic components and embedded subsystems, Avnet promotes the traceability of these minerals

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Procurement principles TDK Electronics TDK Europe

Procurement Policy, Response to Conflict Minerals Procurement Policy The TDK Electronics Procurement Policy is a general guideline for any TDK Electronics employee involved in dealing with external suppliers, service providers, partners or any other third party with the intention of purchasing Goods or Services.

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Conflict Minerals Würth Elektronik (Wurth Electronics

Throughout our global supply chain, we do not use any minerals with a conflict-laden background. Our aim is to increase market transparency and promote ethical purchasing decisions in the electronics industry. Are you interested in our certificates, material compliance documents and statements on conflict minerals?

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What are conflict minerals?

The SEC rules define conflict minerals as 3TG metals, wherever extracted. For example, tin extracted in Canada, Russia or Argentina is considered a conflict mineral by definition. In the SEC rule, “DRC conflict-free” is defined as minerals that were extracted and did not directly or indirectly benefit armed groups in the covered countries.

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Procurement principles TDK Electronics TDK Europe

Procurement Policy, Response to Conflict Minerals Procurement Policy The TDK Electronics Procurement Policy is a general guideline for any TDK Electronics employee involved in dealing with external suppliers, service providers, partners or any other third party with the intention of purchasing Goods or Services.

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Conflict Minerals and the Electronics Supply Chain

Conflict Minerals and the Electronics Supply Chain. The SEC’s new rule regarding corporate conflict minerals reporting will affect everyone in the electronics channel as the high cost of reporting translates to higher prices. Victoria Fraza Kickham. Oct 01, 2012.

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What to Know About the Conflict Minerals Law EAGLE Blog

EDA Tips and Tricks Everything You Need to Know About the Conflict Minerals Law as an Electronics Designer. Since its introduction in 2012, the Dodd-Frank Act of 2012 or Conflict Minerals Law has had a long and windy road of adoption in the electronics industry. And as suppliers and manufacturers struggle to make sense of their supply chain, you might be wondering what’s in it for you.

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Global Conflict Minerals element14

Visit the 'Global Conflict Minerals' group on element14. With the passing of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act by US Congress, the use of conflict minerals in electronics has become an emotive and contentious issue. Find out what the future holds for products containing tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Conflict Minerals Würth Elektronik (Wurth Electronics

Throughout our global supply chain, we do not use any minerals with a conflict-laden background. Our aim is to increase market transparency and promote ethical purchasing decisions in the electronics industry. Are you interested in our certificates, material compliance documents and statements on conflict minerals?

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What Are Conflict Minerals? Assent Compliance Blog

By Jared Connors. Senior Subject Matter Expert, Corporate Social Responsibility Jared has personally led on-the-ground audits as part of Intel’s industry-leading conflict minerals program and is the co-creator of the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template with 12 years of leadership in human rights, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, and environmental issues.

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LG Electronics Conflict Minerals Due Diligence Report

LG Electronics Conflict Minerals Due Diligence Report Reporting Period: January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 (March 2019) Introduction LG Electronics (“LGE”) is a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances, employing 75,000 people working in 118

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Conflict Minerals: Companies Still Struggling to Find

Sep 09, 2018· Conflict minerals like tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo often end up in our cell phones and other electronics. Companies have worked on

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Conflict Minerals STMicroelectronics

Mineral Sourcing in ST's supply chain . Managing conflict minerals. ST manages conflict minerals in accordance with the following legislation and best practices: Section 1502 of the US Dodd-Frank Act and its application rules from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

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New Conflict Minerals Rankings Spotlight World’s Top

Nov 16, 2017· The 2017 rankings build on Enough’s 2010 and 2012 consumer electronics rankings and 2014 jewelry leaders review. The results this year highlight the steady advances that have been made since Enough conducted its first company rankings seven years ago and reveal some corporate trailblazers that are supporting a conflict-free minerals trade in eastern Congo.

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Conflict_Minerals_Policy_Statement Peerless Electronics Inc.

Peerless Electronics Conflict Minerals Policy Statement. PEERLESS CONFLICT MINERALS POLICY. POLICY. Peerless is committed to the protection of human rights and the promotion of high ethical business standards. Accordingly, Peerless supports the humanitarian goal of ending the armed conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its

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Conflict Minerals and electronics manufacturing: what

A few months back, we wrote a comprehensive overview of some of the challenges presented to electronics manufacturers by the very complex and emotive issue of Conflict Minerals.. Legislation, as you will remember, obliges companies to disclose the presence within their supply chains of tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold now commonly referred to as 3TG that originates in the Democratic

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Conflict Minerals Viking Electronics

Conflict Minerals. We at Viking Electronics take the issue of Conflict Minerals very seriously. The mining of Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold (also known as 3TG) can directly or indirectly finance armed groups in Africa resulting in social abuses.

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Conflict minerals update: what electronics manufacturers

Conflict minerals update: what electronics manufacturers should know. We promised to keep you up-to-date with the evolving cycle of regulation around the use of Conflict Minerals in electronics manufacturing, and there’s much to divulge. In my last blog post on the subject, I described the aims and reporting requirements of Section 1502 of

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