The social responsibility

Conflict minerals procurement policy

Some metals have become a major source of revenue for armed rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sparking international controversy as they trade arms, perpetuate bloody conflicts with the government and ravage civilians. As citizens of the world, we declare and promise not to accept the use of metals from conflict mines; Meanwhile, suppliers of Suzhou Future Electric Appliance Co., LTD are also required to:

1. Must fulfill social and environmental responsibilities;

2. Ensure that products do not use "conflict minerals" from the DRC and its surrounding countries and regions;

3. Trace the origin of gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tin (Sn) and tungsten (W) contained in all products;

4. Communicate this requirement to your downstream suppliers.

Conflict metals: minerals from the conflict areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo, including niobium tantalite, cassiterite, wolscheite and gold. These minerals are refined into tantalum (Ta), tin (Sn), tungsten (W) and gold (Au), which are used in electronics and other products, respectively. In the near future, metals from some smelters will be banned, so all key suppliers will have to trace the origin and smelting of the metals used in their parts.


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