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Sourcing Policy for Conflict Mineral

The exploitation of minerals is an important source of income for many communities in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Yet this mineral wealth also plays a significant role in the continuation of insecurity in parts of the country. Revenues from mineral trade have given armed groups the means to operate, and provided off-budget funding to (often poorly paid) state security forces. Whilst recognizing that this mineral wealth is not one of the root-causes of conflict, their trade does play a central role in funding and fuelling conflicts in the DRC, further weakening the already fragile government. The Rompa Group is against the use of this kind of material.

As EICC is requested, we make sure that Rompa Group’s supply chain:

  • will conduct our operations in a way of social and environmental responsibility;
  • will not use the conflict minerals originated from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its adjoining countries;
  • will trace the origins of the metals used, e.g. Au, Ta, Sn and W, and fill in the investigation form / sign declaration (Conflict Minerals Reporting Template ) or Certificate of non-use Restricted substance.

Rompa Group processes are guaranteed by

Quality certificates Rompa Shunxing

  • Rompa Shunxing ISO 9001
  • Rompa Shunxing ISO 14001
  • Rompa Shunxing TS 16949

Quality certificates Rompa Shanghai

  • Rompa Shanghai ISO 9001
  • Rompa Shanghai ISO 14001

Quality certificates Rompa CZ

  • Rompa CZ ISO 9001
  • Rompa CZ ISO 14001
  • Rompa CZ TS 16949        
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