RMI-RBA EU Conflict Minerals Regulation Preparedness

A guidance document summarizing required and voluntary aspects of the regulation, and highlighted available tools and resources to help companies meet their obligations.

The European Union Conflict Minerals Regulation goes into effect on January 1, 2021, obliging EU importers of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold (3TG) to source their minerals responsibly and to ensure that their supply chains do not contribute to funding armed conflict globally. In light of this pending regulation, the RMI and RBA developed a guidance document summarizing required and voluntary aspects of the regulation, and highlighted available tools and resources to help companies meet their obligations under the regulation. View the document here.

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