Conflict Minerals Policy

“Conflict Minerals” refers to any Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten, and Gold (also known as 3TG) minerals that are mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and/or the adjacent countries. Profits from the mining of these 3TG minerals may finance armed groups that violate human rights in the region. Under Section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Law of 2010 (also known as the Dodd-Frank Act), U.S. publicly-traded companies must report annually on any usage of Conflict Minerals.

Rosslare Enterprises Ltd. (hereinafter Rosslare) fully supports this legislation. Pursuant to this legislation, Rosslare issues the following declarations with regard to all Rosslare suppliers:

  1. Rosslare requires our suppliers to work only with source suppliers who have determined that their sources do not contain Conflict Minerals.
  2. Suppliers must establish policies and procedures to ensure that products and parts supplied to Rosslare do not contain Conflict Minerals.
  3. Suppliers must provide all necessary information to confirm that no Conflict Minerals were supplied to Rosslare.
  4. Rosslare suppliers must pass this requirement on to their supply chain.
  5. Rosslare will consider suppliers’ compliance to the Dodd-Frank Act when selecting and continuing to work with suppliers.


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