2018
Sustainability Report

 
Orocobre’s 2018 Sustainability Report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standard – a global benchmark for sustainability reporting. This document seeks to reflect our dedicated and 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 the Olaroz Lithium Facility, Sales de Jujuy and their activities. The data and content provided in this report covers the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.

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 2018

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Orocobre Sustainability Report 2017

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