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    Communities
    We seek to play a positive role in the communities where we operate, as well as in wider society
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    Community Agreements
    Agreements demonstrate respect and commitment to inclusive engagement with land-connected peoples
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    Our Communities Expertise
    Our expertise encompasses 250 people at 60 operations and projects in 36 countries
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    Cultural Heritage
    Cultural heritage is the aspects of a community's past and present that it considers valuable and wants to pass on to future generations
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    Social & Economic Development
    We work hard to leave a lasting, positive legacy everywhere we work

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    Iron ore
    Iron ore, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is the primary raw material used to make steel.
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    Aluminium
    Lightweight and infinitely recyclable, aluminium is found in everything from jet engines to electric vehicles to mobile phones.
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    Copper
    From the days of antiquity, copper has been used for its many benefits: tough but malleable, corrosion-resistant and recyclable, and an excellent conductor of heat and transmitter of electricity.
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    Borates
    Deposited millions of years ago, borates are crystallised salts that contain boron, which is essential to plant growth, but it is also used in high tech applications.
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    Diamonds
    Diamonds often mark our most unique and important moments, helping us to celebrate the best things in life.
  • Salt
    Salt is essential for human life. The majority of the salt we produce is used by the chemical industry, where it helps make materials like glass, paper, plastics, textiles and even soaps and detergents.
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    Titanium
    Titanium is used in some of the world’s most challenging applications.