A Quick Guide To Verifying Your Smelters


In order to determine where there may be conflict minerals in your supply chain, you will need to conduct due diligence on your smelters. 

Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act requires publicly traded companies to conduct due diligence, which is taking the necessary steps to identify the source of 3TG minerals throughout your supply chain and file with the SEC on your due diligence. Ensuring that the smelter information that you collect is accurate is a crucial part in ensuring due diligence guidelines are met. 

How can you verify your smelters? By validating smelter information against a comprehensive smelter database. Source Intelligence’s smelter database contains information on smelters across the globe informed by a real-time data feed and data from non-profit industry leaders. 

By comparing your collected smelter data against the comprehensive database, you can be confident in the source of your minerals and the legitimacy of the smelters in your supply chain. Both of which can reduce long-term supply chain risks for your company. Contact us to learn more about Source Intelligence's AI-powered smelter verification solution.


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