Sustainability
Overview

Ensuring the social, economic and environmental viability of our host communities and the broader economy is critical to safeguard the continuing viability of our business.

We are committed to promoting sustainable social and economic transformation through constructive collaboration with our stakeholders. Businesses must play an active role in finding solutions to societal challenges. We work with our partners in business, the government, labour and local communities to build an inclusive economy that provides opportunities for social mobility, facilitated by equitable access to jobs, education and health.

We have a duty of care to protect the natural environment in which we operate, mitigating our environmental impacts by retaining fauna and flora, rehabilitating land disturbed by our operations, ensuring responsible waste management and the prudent use of water and energy.


Sustainability policy

Sustainable development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

Sustainability reporting

Latest and archived annual reports to view online or download


Sustainabilty key documents

 

Key documents relating to the management of our business

Stakeholders

Stakeholders are defined as those who are interested and affected by our business as well as those who have a material influence on our ability to create value

 


Responsible investment choice

Implats is a member of the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Top 30 Index which promotes sustainable and transparent business practices.

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) provides primary climate change data supporting Implats in measuring and managing our environmental impact.
www.cdp.net