Conflict Mineral Policy

Conflict Mineral Policy

  • Article 1 Purpose

    SCD pledges not to use minerals in the disputed area for the products manufactured by us in relation to the disputed mineral use regulation conducted by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Article 2 Conflict Minerals (3TG)

    Minerals mined in conflict areas 4 things - Tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold conflict zones: DR Congo, Congo, Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Zambia, Angola, Tanzania, Central Africa

  • Article 3 Regulations

    The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), when the US Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) delivers products to US listed companies and publicly listed companies, as the mining and distribution of minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries takes over, Regulation to report related content (Related Homepage :

  • Article 4 Policy and countermeasures for disputed minerals

    ① We, as a part of compliance with the above regulations, in principle prohibit the use of minerals produced in the disputed area among the products supplied by our suppliers ② Commit to use only minerals of CFS-FREE certified smelter related to dispute minerals (Related Homepage : ③ In the case of suppliers supplying raw materials to our company, CMRT provides information on the origin (smelter) of the mineral Must do. (CMRT: Conflict Minerals Reporting Template)