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Tungsten Industry Develops Conflict Minerals Legislation Compliance Framework (pdf)

Joint Conflict-Free Tungsten Program Announced: Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative and Tungsten Industry Conflict Minerals Council Launch Collaboration (pdf)

 

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Tungsten—Conflict Free from Mine to Consumer
Steffen Schmidt, P.GEO
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Related Websites of Interest

Refractory Metals Association: The Refractory Metals Association serves to promote and expand the markets for refractory metals: tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, columbium, chromium, rhenium, vanadium, boron, hafnium, cobalt, and the rare earth metals, principally cerium, lanthanum, and yttrium.

International Tungsten Industry Association: The International Tungsten Industry Association was formally inaugurated in 1988 and is registered under Belgian Law as a not-for-profit association with scientific purposes.

Minor Metals Trade Association: The MMTA promotes essential elements that add quality, safety, and enjoyment to our lifes. Minor metals include cobalt, gallium, germanium, zirconium, rhenium, titanium, tungsten, antimony, rare earth metals and many more. The MMTA serves to benefit the entire minor metals' sector.

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