2017
Sustainability Report

 
Orocobre’s 2017 Sustainability Report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standard – a global benchmark for sustainability reporting. This document seeks to reflect our ongoing commitment to the local communities in which we operate, the environment and responsible management of natural resources and the safety of our people, suppliers and communities.

Given the development and performance of our Salar de Olaroz project has been the central focus for our investors and shareholders, we have focused the report on Sales de Jujuy and its activities.

As 2017 was our first full year of commercial production, this is also our first year of recording and reporting on our sustainability performance. The data and content provided in this report covers the period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.

We are currently conducting a baseline assessment so that we might more effectively monitor and evaluate the outcomes and impacts of our community investment in the future.

We hope you enjoy reading this report and we welcome any feedback you might have. Please send your comments to: mail@orocobre.com.

Orocobre Sustainability Report 2017

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  • Orocobre June Production Update – ONLINE BRIEFING

    Orocobre June Production Update – ONLINE BRIEFING

    Orocobre Limited have conducted an online briefing to discuss the Olaroz Lithium Facility’s June Quarter Production Update. To listen to the full June Quarter Production Update, click on the media player below.
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    The Lithium Spot e-zine has spoken with Orocobre Limited (ORE:ASX ORL:TSX) MD / CEO Richard Seville on all things Lithium, including the recent Morgan Stanley downgrade of the lithium sector and much more.
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    According to the latest edition of the International Energy Agency’s Global Electric Vehicles Outlook the number of electric and plug-in hybrid cars on the world’s roads exceeded 3 million in 2017, a 54% increase compared with 2016. China remained by far the largest electric car market in the world, accounting for half sold last year.... View Article

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