Conflict Minerals Compliance

Conflict Minerals Impacts the Petroleum Industry

American Petroleum Institute Storage Tank Conference 2014
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Celebrating its 20th year, the American Petroleum Institute (API) features Source Intelligence’s Dr. Michelle Turner to address conflict minerals. The API Storage Tank Conference is combining forces with a new API conference: API Valves and Piping Conference. Combined these two events October 15-16, 2014, will give attendees an opportunity to learn about new and existing industry codes and standards, and to hear about emerging trends from industry experts.

Conflict Minerals Education Package: Conflict Minerals Compliance 5 Step Process

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Retailers and manufacturers have been asking the question, "Where do we begin to comply with the U.S. regulation on conflict minerals?"

Companies are required to publicly disclose the origin of gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten (3TG) used in their products. However the prospect of surveying and requesting data from every tier 1 supplier is daunting and inefficient.

Source Intelligence relieves this burden with its five step process in Conflict Minerals Compliance:

1. Product Filtering

The Cost of Conflict Minerals Compliance Discussed: Last Chance to Register for Conflict Minerals Post Filing Insights Webinar

October 15 @ 10 am PDT
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Join Source Intelligence on October 15th for an interview with Dr. Chris Bayer, principal investigator at Tulane University, and Nick Aster, founder of Triple Pundit, for a deeper understanding of the after effects of Dodd Frank 1502.

Conflict Minerals Education Package: Companies That “Contract to Manufacture” Products

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In this edition of the Conflict Minerals Education Package, we will cover if companies that “contract to manufacture” products are subject to Dodd-Frank 1502.

Conflict Minerals Education Package: First Step in Compliance is Product Filtering

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Where do we start? Many companies are currently asking themselves this question when it comes to complying with the U.S. regulation on Conflict Minerals. For companies that manufacture thousands of products-such as retailers with name brands-the requirement to publicly disclose the origin of gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten (3TG) used in these products is especially challenging. The prospect of surveying and requesting data from every tier 1 supplier is daunting and inefficient.

Groundbreaking Conflict Minerals Due Diligence Expands Reach

Source Intelligence Joins Forces With Elm Sustainability Partners
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Sept. 24, 2014 /3BL Media/- Carlsbad, California based Source Intelligence and North Haven Connecticut based Elm Sustainability Partners launch an unparalleled conflict minerals due diligence offering that bundles top consulting with the leading cloud-based CM solution provider.

Source Intelligence Joins Forces With Elm Sustainability Partners

To Present Conflict Minerals Compliance for Today and Tomorrow
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Carlsbad, California, based Source Intelligence and North Haven Connecticut based Elm Sustainability Partners partner to present a complimentary webinar overviewing a fully integrated conflict minerals compliance perspective from policy; to data collection, assessment and validation; to reporting and audit.

From the Source: Congo May Be Closer Than You Think

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Six degrees of seperation? For conflict minerals requirements, Congo may be closer than you think

Inside Counsel. U.S. economic sanctions, for years relatively stable in their targeting of the “usual suspects,” state sponsors of terrorism and shadowy drug traffickers have gone into overdrive of late. 

As Sec’s First Conflict Minerals Reporting Deadline Nears, Auto Industry Looks To Increase Collaboration In Year Two

AIAG Offers Assessment of Progress, and Plans for Future
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Southfield, Mich., May 30, 2014 /3BL Media/ – With thousands of automotive, electronics and manufacturing companies facing a May 31 deadline to file a Conflict Minerals Report with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) today announced an assessment of industry progress on the issue in the first reporting year, and outlined plans for increased collaboration in the years ahead.

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