Sirius Minerals features in the Europe edition of Business Chief Magazine

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|Nov 6|magazine3 min read

(Norwich, UK, 6/11/2018)

Destructive by its very nature, the mining industry is one that requires an incredible focus and understanding of the impact that a project has, and can have, on the environment. For many mining operators, getting this one element right is key to achieving any form of success. Get it wrong and the results can be catastrophic.

With a vision to become one of the world’s largest producers of multi-nutrient fertilisers, and a $4.2bn (£3.2bn) project to achieve that, Sirius Minerals takes its environmental responsibility incredibly seriously. In fact, it’s built into the company’s very mission statement of ‘sustaining the future’.

“This project will establish Sirius as a global fertiliser company,” says Graham Clarke, Operations Director at Sirius Minerals. “But I think what’s important to us is the way we’ve gone about doing that and the way we work.

“We’re not just a mining company trying to develop a resource and make as much money as we can out of it. It’s how we've always engaged with the local communities, national government and well as regionally. I think we're really setting the benchmark in sustainability in mine development.”

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